Sports bike with 660cc engine launched in India, priced at Rs 7.58 lakh, see what’s special?

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New Delhi. Triumph Motorcycles has launched the new 2022 Trident 660 bike in India. The bike was introduced in the international markets in May and went on sale in India just a month later. The price of the new bike has been kept at 7.58 lakh (ex-showroom).

In the new update, the bike has been launched in a new matte orange color theme with Matt Storm Gray. Apart from the new look, the bike has been made more sporty. Apart from this update, the rest of the features in the bike remain the same as before. The new paint option will be sold with the previous color options of Silver Ice/Diablo Red, Matte Jet Black and Sapphire Black.

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The bike has 660cc engine
The new 2022 Trident 660 has been equipped with the same 660cc, inline-three cylinder engine. This powertrain is rated to produce 79.8bhp of maximum power and 64Nm of peak torque. The engine comes mated to a six-speed gearbox and also gets a standard assist and slipper clutch.

Many connected features are available with two riding modes
Some of the highlights of the model include use of two riding modes, Bluetooth instrument cluster and full-LED lighting. It competes with middleweight models in India like the Kawasaki Z650 and Honda CB650R. Apart from the new Trident 660, the company is also expected to introduce several new 2022 variant models in the country in the next few weeks.

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New electric bike will be launched soon
Meanwhile, the company has started testing its TE-1 electric motorcycle internationally. Whose production can start by the end of this year. It has been developed at the University of Warwick in collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering, Integral Powertrain Ltd and Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG).

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