Triumph Daytona 660 unveiled for the global markets, expected to launch in India soon

Triumph has unveiled the Daytona 660 for the global markets and the motorcycle is expected to launch in India soon.

Triumph has unveiled the Daytona 660 for the global markets and the motorcycle is expected to launch in Indian market too. Rather than opting for the 765cc triple model, the company opted to stick with 660cc engine. The Daytona 660 is based on the same platform as the as the Tiger Sport 660 and the Trident 660. However, when it comes to performance it is different than the other two motorcycles.

When it comes to the design of the motorcycle, it offers rounded and curved design rather than a sharp and chiseled look. At the front we get clean lines and the headlight setup is twin LED design The air intake is present at the center and the motorcycle gets an athletic stance. There is 660 race inspired graphics available on the motorcycle. There are three attractive colors available on the motorcycle.

Triumph Daytona 660 is powered by an inline three-cylinder engine which is paired with a six-speed gearbox and torque assist clutch. The engine produces 95bhp of power and 69Nm of peak torque. The Daytona offers significant more power and torque as compared to the Trident 660. The bulk of the torque availability is felt from 3125rpm. The motorcycle offers Showa 41mm USD front forks along with preload adjustable Showa monoshock. In terms of brakes, we get a 310mm front disc and a 220mm rear disc. The alloy wheels are 17-inches and get 120/70 front and a 180/55 rear tyre. The kerb weight of the motorcycle is 201kgs and that makes it 12kg heavier than the Trident 660. We do get 810mm seat height along with relatively relaxed handle bar and footpeg position.

There are three riding modes available on the motorcycle and those include Sport, Road, and Rain. The safety features that are present on the motorcycle include dual channel ABS and traction control. The traction control can be deactivated and its level depends on the riding mode opted by the rider. Electronics on the motorcycle include TFT screen that offers a black and white display. Triumph also offers an optional My Triumph Connectivity that enables turn by turn navigation, call connectivity and music.

In terms of price, the Triumph Daytona 660 is priced at £8,595 (Rs 9.08 lakh) in the UK. We expect the price of the motorcycle to be under Rs 10 lakh as it launches in India in the future.

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