It would seem that Triumph Motorcycles didn’t quite show us everything at the EICMA show in Milan (which is a good thing, since the British brand didn’t have much of note on display in Italy), as we are gearing up for the release of a “new” Triumph Tiger 900 in a few days’ time.
The news comes from Triumph itself, which is teasing the Tiger 900 on YouTube, and the rumormill is suggesting that the increase in displacement also brings a number of improved features to this popular middleweight ADV machine.
In addition to the 900cc three-cylinder engine, tuned for the Euro5 homologation, it would seem that the Triumph Tiger 900 gets an updated frame, bodywork, different suspension, and tubeless wheels.
We can also expect updates to the electronics package on the Tiger lineup, with an IMU added to the mix, which will surely mean cornering ABS and also perhaps advanced traction control options. An updated TFT dash could make an appearance as well.
Triumph also seems to be making the Tiger lineup a little less confusing, with two models being shown on the bike’s teaser site: the Tiger 900 Rally and Tiger 900 GT.
We can expect the Triumph Tiger 900 to drop on December 3rd, so stay tuned for the official announcement soon.
Source: ADV Pulse