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Triumph confirms the return of Daytona!
When you talk about supersport bikes of average capacity, the Triumph Daytona must be one of the most respected motorcycles in its segment. Unlike its Japanese rivals, the Triumph Daytona has remained true to its three-cylinder roots.
It was one of the last bastions of the 600cc supersport until it was finally shut down because it did not meet Euro IV emission standards. We always knew that Triumph would revive the Daytona because the new 765cc engine of the Street Triple series was used for Moto2 races. And finally, the British manufacturer has confirmed that they will finally launch Daytona 765 in Indian market in the year 2020!
Triumph Motorcycles has confirmed that a limited-edition model based on Triumph’s Moto2 knowledge would lead to a production model called Triumph Daytona Moto2 765 Limited Edition.
Since Triumph Street Triple changed their numbers and transformed from 675 to 765 in 2017, rumors abound to suggest that the same touch-up will be applied to the Daytona 675 superbike machines.
The test bike is simply a state-of-the-art Daytona 675R with a bolted Street Triple 765 engine. In addition to a slightly tied exhaust, small changes in engine covers and the addition of Street Triple TFT instruments, there is nothing new to see. But they illustrate in an important way that the idea of a Daytona 765 is alive and well within Triumph.
Developing a Daytona 765 is therefore likely to be a much bigger job than the spied prototype suggests. Given the publication struggles on the market of mid-weight sports bikes, it will be a motorcycle that will have to prove itself before receiving the green light.
The Daytona Moto2 765 Limited Edition will be presented at the 2019 British GP at Silverstone, taking place from August 23-25, 2019. Key features and awards will also be announced at the event. The motorcycle is expected to go on sale in March 2020 with a few limited-edition motorcycle units destined for Asia.
From this, he hopes that some will also arrive in India. We can expect the standard Daytona 765 to occupy a central place in the EICMA 2019.
As a final idea, it is worth remembering one more thing that goes in favor of Daytona. One of them is that Triumph has recently renewed its trademark rights under the name of Daytona.