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Triumph’s Flagship Rocket Set To Launch In India Real Soon


The GT is the more cruiser-centric variant of the Rocket 3

  • It’s powered by the same 2,458cc motor as seen on the standard variant.
  • The rider can customise the ergonomics as the handlebar and footpegs can be adjusted.
  • It will be among the most expensive Triumph bikes to go on sale in India. 
Triumph Rocket 3 GT India Launch

Triumph Motorcycles has released a teaser image announcing the launch of a new bike in the Indian market. The upcoming bike is the Triumph Rocket Rocket 3 GT and will be launched on September 10. We already have the Rocket 3 R edition in India on sale for Rs 18 lakh (ex-showroom). We expect the Triumph Rocket 3 GT to be priced around Rs 20 lakh (ex-showroom), making it among the most expensive Triumph bikes to go on sale in India. 

Triumph Rocket 3 GT India Launch

The GT variant is the more cruiser-like and more comfortable variant of the Rocket 3. For this purpose it features a swept-back handlebar, forward-set footpegs, windscreen and comfier seats. It also offers customisation to the rider as the handlebar position can be lowered by 15mm, while the footpegs can be adjusted by 25mm forward or rearward. The pillion also gets a brushed aluminium backrest for better comfort. Additionally, the Rocket 3 GT sports diamond-cut alloy wheels.

Also Read: Triumph Rocket 3: Top 5 Interesting Facts 

Triumph Rocket 3 GT India Launch

The highlight of the Rocket 3 has always been its powerplant and with the new bike, Triumph has taken it a notch higher. It’s powered by a humongous 2,458cc triple-cylinder motor that pumps out 167PS and an earth-moving 221Nm of torque. This makes it the highest displacement production motorcycle on sale globally. Understandably, Triumph has loaded the bike with electronic aids such as cornering ABS, traction control, four riding modes and cruise control.

Triumph Rocket 3 GT India Launch

It also features an all-aluminium frame with the engine as the stressed member and weighs 291kg (dry). You might think that the new Rocket 3 is a heavy bike, but, the cruiser is 40kg lighter than the older bike, which is impressive given the larger 2.5-litre motor. Braking hardware consists of top-spec Brembo M4.30 Stylema 4-piston radial calipers upfront, something that will be crucial for stopping this behemoth.

More details about the Rocket 3 here: New Triumph Rocket 3 Launched In India

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