- Outwardly, the Triumph Rocket 3 221 Special Edition gets a remarkable paint to conspire with decals for 221 on its gas tank.
- The new exceptional version Rocket 3 has been dispatched in two variations – GT and R.
Win Motorcycles India on Tuesday reported the dispatch of the new Rocket 3 221 Special Edition in the market at ₹20.80 lakh (ex-display area, India).
The new bicycle has been presented in two trims – R and GT. While the ‘R’ trim has been evaluated at ₹20.80 lakh (ex-display area), the last ‘GT’ spec model expenses ₹21.40 lakh (ex-display area).
Outwardly, the cruiser gets unique ‘221’ decals on its gas tank, which remembers the monstrous 221Nm of force produced from the bike’s motor. This is additionally the most noteworthy pinnacle force created by any creation spec bicycle on the planet presently.
The bicycle sources power from a 2,500cc, 3-chamber motor that conveys 165bhp of greatest power at 6,000 rpm and comes combined with a six-speed gearbox and a force help water-driven grip.
The new Rocket 3 221 Special Edition model enhances an unmistakable new paint plot highlighting the striking Red Hopper tank and curved front guard, wonderfully diverging from the Sapphire Black curved guard sections, fog light dishes, flyscreen, sideboards, back bodywork, and radiator cowls.
The organization has utilized lightweight, cast aluminum, with a complicated 20-talked plan for the wheels that come shod with high-determination Avon Cobra Chrome tires. Win guarantees that these tires have been explicitly created for the Rocket 3 to convey uncommon hold and high mileage toughness.
The slowing down obligations on the cruiser are performed by a Brembo M4.32 four-cylinder monobloc caliper and 300mm plate.
The cruiser accompanies full-shading TFTs, which are point movable and have two data format subjects that can be customized according to the organization.
The cruiser likewise accompanies My Triumph network framework programming, utilizing the adornment fit Bluetooth module.
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