Triumph has unveiled its full 2005 line-up at the Munich Show - and it includes the new bigger-bore Daytona 650 MCN spied two weeks ago.
Triumph's Ross Clifford introduced the 2005 range claiming it was the most exciting line-up of new bikes the show would see.
And he said the new 128bhp Triple would prove to be "the hooligan bike of 2005". The Triple will be offered with a range of accessories including a fly screen, seat cowls, belly pans and custom paint.
On top of the Speed Triple and £7799 Sprint ST, previously revealed on this site (see links, right), Triumph's official show launch has also revealed: The Daytona 650, a new bigger-bore £5649 Bonneville T100 and £6949 Speedmaster, a special edition Daytona 955i in yellow (£6949), a new red/graphite paintscheme for the America (£6249), a new blue/green paintjob for the Bonneville (£4999), neon blue Speed Four, yellow-blue Thruxton 900 (£5999), graphite paintscheme Rocket III (£11,999) and updates for the £6999 Tiger (previously revealed - in March this year).
The Daytona 650 now has a claimed bhp of 112bhp and 11 per cent more torque (at 51ftlb). The gearbox is refined and there are cosmetic tweaks - a seat cowl is now supplied OE and the silencer is now finished in black rather than silver. It will cost £6499.
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More on all the Triumphs in MCN - out on Wednesday September 15.
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