Triumph Motorcycles India launched the all-new
transcontinental Tiger 1200 XCx for Rs 17 lakh (17,00,000) ex showroom. The launch event was held at One
Triumph dealership in New Delhi. The motorcycle was launched in the presence of
Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt Ltd.
The all-new transcontinental Tiger 1200 XCx has been purpose-built to handle the ultimate
in on-road adventures and off-road challenges. The all-new transcontinental Tiger
1200 XCx is powered by a 1215cc triple
engine with shaft drive which incidentally is the most powerful shaft driven
motorcycle in its segment, delivering 141ps (139hp).
The all-new transcontinental Tiger 1200 XCx comes with several new features like seamless
clutch less up and down gear shifts, adaptive cornering lighting, Arrow
titanium and carbon fibre silencer, all-LED lighting, 5-inch adjustable TFT
instruments, among others. There is also a new ergonomically designed fully
backlit handlebar switch cubes and joystick to make night time use easy. There
is also an off-road pro riding mode for advanced riders who can turn off rider
systems and be in total control with no traction control or ABS intervention.
There is also a provision for keyless ignition. The cruise control is updated
in the all-new transcontinental Tiger 1200 XCx.
Core technology features include the Triumph semi-active
suspension incorporating WP adjustable front and rear suspension, Brembo
monobloc 4-piston radial calipers and integrated braking system, up to six
riding modes, hill hold control, electrically adjustable touring screen, optimised
cornering ABS and cornering traction control, ride by throttle, advanced
on-board computer and immobilizer and power sockets.
“The new Tiger 1200 is so advanced that it has taken a full
four years to develop and today we are proud to launch the most advanced
adventure motorcycle that boasts of significant class-leading engine
characterstics, rider focused technological innovation and premium styling.
These are by far the most adventure ready Tiger ever built,” said Sumbly.
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