Cars in India | Autoportal.com

New generation Triumph Tiger Explorer snapped getting tested

New generation Triumph Tiger Explorer snapped getting tested

Snapshot: We are excited to see the new generation Explorer without any camouflage, we hope it will be unveiled soon.

- Comments    |    Write Comment

The English publication VisorDown has managed to pull another spyshot of the upcoming Triumph Tiger Explorer. The spied model was seen having tagged with the ‘XRT’ name indicating that it might be the top notch model in the tarmac-spec versions.

Currently the English motorcycle maker’s Tiger line-up in India consists of two road-spec motorcycles and three motorcycles with wire-wheeled, knobbly-tyred models. The new generation Triumph Tiger Explorer gets a restyled body, new wheels and revised powerplant. Apart from this, it is expected that electronic package will also be updated on the new generation model.

Talking about other motorcycles in the Tiger series, few weeks back the Tiger XCA was caught getting tested with wire wheels. The motorcycle is expected to carry more options like panniers, top-box, crash bars and extra lights. Keeping the Indian market in mind, we expect the British motorcycle manufacturer to showcase the New Year models at the 2016 Autoexpo.

The Triumph Tiger Explorer XC is priced at INR 18.75 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). Share your views in the comment section below!

Related car news

  • Bajaj-Triumph alliance not developing 250 cc motorcycles 21-08-2017 Autoportal Team Bajaj-Triumph alliance not developing 250 cc motorcycles
  • Mahindra Gusto RS launched at Rs 48,180 20-10-2017 Autoportal Team Mahindra Gusto RS launched at Rs 48,180
  • Aprilia discontinues SRV850 and Mana 850 GT in India 30-08-2017 Autoportal Team Aprilia discontinues SRV850 and Mana 850 GT in India
  • First batch of Skoda Octavia RS sold out in India 18-10-2017 Autoportal Team First batch of Skoda Octavia RS sold out in India
  • Volkswagen to reveal next-gen Jetta in January 2018 18-10-2017 Autoportal Team Volkswagen to reveal next-gen Jetta in January 2018
  • Bengaluru buses to be more safe for women 18-10-2017 Mayank Gupta Bengaluru buses to be more safe for women
Helpline