The new Triumph Rocket 3 will be available in two full-time variants, R and GT, with rideaway pricing set at $27,990 and $28,990, respectively.
Both versions are expected to hit showrooms in the first quarter of 2020.
Triumph Australia will also import a limited run Rocket 3 TFC (Triumph Factory Custom), however, all 25 examples are reportedly spoken for.
Powered by a massive 2458cc inline triple, the Rocket 3 features the largest-capacity engine in series production.
Both the R and GT deliver 125kW and 221Nm, although the GT is three kilograms heavier at 294kg.
Triumph refers to the R as a ‘muscle roadster’ with mid-mounted controls, a 773mm seat height and roadster handlebars, while the GT is more comfort-oriented with a 750mm seat height and heated grips.
The R will be offered in Korosi Red and Phantom Black, while the GT also gets Silver Ice and Storm Grey paint options.
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