The 2020 Triumph Tiger could be named Tiger 900.
It will receive LED headlamps, DRLs and tail-lamps.
Braking set-up could comprise Brembo units at both ends.
New spy images of production-ready Triumph Tiger has emerged online, revealing prominent details about the motorcycle. The bike was spotted testing overseas and is likely to receive a larger engine. As for its name, Triumph could call it Tiger 900. Visually, the new Tiger sports a new design language, with styling bits giving it a rally like a look. At the front, it features twin-LED headlamps with LED DRLs, adjustable windscreen and some aerodynamic bits. Other elements such as a new fuel-tank, horizontal LED tail-lamps and a new pillion grab handle round up the styling.
The 2020 Triumph Tiger is built on an all-new tubular steel trellis chassis. Unlike the previous unit with the entire frame and pillion foot-pegs were welded together, this gets a separate bolt-on sub-frame and pillion foot-peg hangers. Power on this prowess will be derived from a larger, 888cc, three-cylinder Euro 5 emission norms with 100 hp of top power.
The USD WP forks have also been dropped or new Showa USD units that seem to be finished in gold. At the back, it is seen sporting white finished mono shocks, indicating, it might still be carrying a WP unit. This set-up is expected to come with a remote control which could make travelling with luggage or pillion easier.
The braking power is likely to come from new radially mounted Brembo units at the front and single-pot Brembo calliper at the rear. On the feature front, expect a new full-colour TFT instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity, navigation display and controls for music. As for 2020 Triumph Tiger India launch, it is likely to be launched sometime next year after its launch in overseas markets.