Triumph Roadster, Rocket line-ups get new colour options

    The Trident 660 and Speed Triple 1200 RS receive a new Matt Baja Orange option.

    Published On May 13, 2022 03:14:00 PM


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    Triumph has added new colour options across its Roadster and Rocket line-ups in international markets. The Roadster line-up includes the Trident 660, Street Triple and Speed Triple, while the Rocket line-up includes the Rocket 3 R and 3 GT. 

    The Trident 660 is the entry point to the Triumph range and it is now available in a new Matt Baja Orange and Matt Storm Grey colour scheme, in addition to the existing options – Sapphire Black, Matt Jet Black and Silver Ice, Silver Ice and Diablo Red.

    Meanwhile, the Street Triple 765 RS gets a new Carbon Black colour with bronze wheels and the Street Triple 765 R gets a new Matt Carbon Black option with Metallic Grey graphics.  

    For the Speed Triple 1200 RS, like the Trident 660, Triumph has added a new Matt Baja Orange paint option. Apart from this, the Speed Triple can be had in Matt Silver Ice and Sapphire Black colours. 

    In terms of the Rocket models, the Rocket 3 R gets two new paint options – Matt Silver Ice and Sapphire Black. It is also available in the Cranberry Red and Silver Ice paint scheme. Similarly, the Rocket 3 GT receives two new options – Sapphire Black and Carnival Red with Sapphire Red. The 3 GT also gets a hand-painted silver coach line detailing.

    While these new colour choices are out in international markets, they are yet to be listed on Triumph India’s website.

    Do you find these new colour options exciting? Let us know in the comments.

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