Triumph-Bajaj Roadster Will Get A Semi-digital Console
Article by Drivio | 29th Mar 23
Awaited Triumph-Bajaj roadster has been spotted conducting test runs on the roads of Pune and here’s everything that can be seen about it.
- Its 350-400cc liquid-cooled engine will make about 35-38PS.
- The instrument cluster is likely to be a semi-digital one.
- It sports premium underpinnings as well.
The Triumph-Bajaj Roadster and Scrambler are among the most hotly anticipated motorcycles. As per reports, the eagerly awaited bike has been spotted doing test runs around Pune for the first time. As per the faint glimpse of the bike's instrument console, it could be a semi-digital one.
What will Triumph-Bajaj Roadster feature?
Not many bits have changed on this mule against the overseas model. From the fenders to the bar-end mirrors, there’s not a lot that’s changed from the bike that was spotted abroad. This mule, on the other hand, appears to have a gaudy-looking large saree guard and a different headlight bracket to secure the headlight-mounted number plate.
The bike’s also seen with what seems to be a secondary crash guard right ahead of the rider’s foot, which may be an extra layer of protection for the bike’s underbelly. On the other hand, the one spotted abroad had a well-fitting metal bash plate with corrugations up top.
What are the details of Triumph-Bajaj Roadster engine?
Its heart will likely be a 350-400cc liquid-cooled one possibly making around 35PS. As previously stated, the underpinnings will be a USD fork and monoshock. Disc brakes on both ends provide stopping power. Previous spy shots indicate that the bike will have a radial calliper up front. The roadster will probably get dual-channel ABS as standard.
The bike is said to be unveiled globally towards the middle of this year with its India-launch slated to take place during the year’s end. It could, hence, arrive in India later this year, with a price tag of Rs 2.25 lakh (approx.). Once here, the bike will go up against the likes of the Honda CB300R, BMW G 310 R, KTM 390 Duke and the Zontes GK350.