Triumph Tiger Sport 660 will be unveiled tomorrow, front look revealed in the teaser released on social media handle

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The Tiger Sport 660 will be fully equipped with Trident's 660cc triple-cylinder engine. Which is capable of producing 80 bhp power and 64 Nm peak torque. We expect the company to prepare this engine for the same power and torque as the Tiger Sport 660.

British bike maker Triumph Motorcycles will make the global debut of its Tiger Sport 660 on 5 October. The premium bike maker took to its social media handles to share the news. Let us tell you, the upcoming Tiger Sport 660 will be made available for sale in the Indian market after its international debut. Which will make its place in the segment of Kawasaki Versys 650 and Honda CB500X.

Touring-Based Motorcycle

The Tiger Sport 660 is built on the same platform as the Trident 660 motorcycle. It will turn out to be a touring-based motorcycle rather than a hardcore off-roader like other Tiger ADVs from Triumph. The company has also teased the motorcycle on its social media platforms, giving a glimpse of the bike's front-end design, which includes sharp twin-beam headlamps and tall windscreen upfront. The pictures that surfaced also indicate that the bike is completely ready for production. The upcoming Tiger will get a muscular fuel tank, prominent radiator shroud, blacked-out mechanical bits, a compact exhaust, and a single step-up seat.

Engine and power

The new Tiger Sport 660 will be fully powered by the Trident's 660 ccs, triple-cylinder engine. Which is capable of producing 80 bhp power and 64 Nm peak torque. We expect the company to prepare this engine for the same power and torque as the Tiger Sport 660. At the same time, this powerplant will be mated to a six-speed gearbox with a slip and assist clutch. There is no doubt that the suspension and braking hardware of Triumph Trident 660 will be used in this bike. Notably, the Trident 660 gets Showa inverted forks with preload-adjustable mono-shock and twin front and single rear disc brakes with Nissan calipers.