Triumph is already working on a prototype of its future Street Triple for 2026?

The development of new models within the two-wheeled sector does not stop for a second. Triumph does the same with what looks like a prototype of the future Street Triple, as we have been able to verify from some leaked images where it is seen in full dynamic testing. Furthermore, from them we can deduce different relevant aspects of what could be to come.

In any case, and taking into account that Triumph launched its new Street Triple range at the end of 2022, the first question that comes to mind would be when does the British firm intend to launch a new version of the model?

New Triumph Street Triple 2025, 2026…?

On the other hand, and focusing on the details offered by the prototype caught in full action, we can intuit that Triumph would not only be developing a Street Triple to use for the coming seasons. It is more than likely that a fully faired sports variant would arrive with it.

This leads us to think about the incorporation of new models within its range, although this information would not be confirmed by the brand itself. Aspects such as the raised rear subframe, with a completely sporty cut, the position of the instrument panel below the handlebars, or a reinforced swingarm very similar to the one used in the current Moto2, would confirm this theory.

Triumph is already working on a prototype of its future Street Triple for 2026?

Other notable details are, for example, the use of a headlight very similar to that of the Trident 660, as well as the shapes of its fuel tank similar to those of the 15-liter tank used by the current Street Triple RS.

As icing on the cake are the tires chosen, some Pirelli Supercorsa oriented towards clearly sporting use. Mechanically there seem to be no changes compared to the current Triumph Street Triple range, which was already conveniently reviewed before its launch.

Triumph is already working on a prototype of its future Street Triple for 2026?

Pistons, connecting rods and bolts of the thermodynamic group are new and contribute to the compression ratio having risen to 13.35:1. Now the brand declares 120 HP at 11,500 rpm in the Street Triple R, and 130 HP at 12,000 rpm in the Street Triple RS. Both share the torque figure, 80 Nm at 9,500 rpm.


It is clear that Triumph is already working on its future range Street Triplealthough it is not clear if this would be released in 2025, or the brand would wait even a little longer, getting into 2026. In addition, the first images of this prototype suggest a possible fully faired sports version.

Triumph is already working on a prototype of its future Street Triple for 2026?

Could Triumph be planning to launch a Daytona 765? Taking into account the recent launch of the new Daytona 660, it is not at all unreasonable to think of a more powerful and exclusive version, adorned with these iconic sports acronyms within the Hinckley brand.

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