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Triumph Daytona 660

When released, the Daytona 660 will be built on the same foundation as the Triumph 660 series.

Ahead of its worldwide launch, Triumph Bikes has once again hinted at the Daytona 660. The middleweight sports tourer bike can be seen in action in a short video shared by the reputed British company on social media. But in the preview, the exhaust note of the bike stands out the most.

The Daytona 660 will replace the Daytona Moto 2 765 in Triumph’s international lineup, which was replaced by the original Daytona 675. The new middleweight sports bike has been in development for some time and has been spotted testing overseas. It is scheduled to make its worldwide debut on January 9.

Triumph Daytona 660: Styling and exhaust

With a completely faired body, twin-pod LED headlight configuration, and wide front apron, the Triumph Daytona 660 looks like a modern sports bike, as seen in the teaser video. The bike has a strong presence due to the way the fuel tank extends from the top borders. A floating tail part and an engine cowl with 660 decals are two of the more striking visual features. Here is official tweet,

Thanks to rear-seat footpegs and a slightly high-set clip-on handlebar, riding ergonomics remain committed, sporty, and comfortable. Unlike the side-mounted exhaust on the outgoing Daytona, Triumph is probably going to opt for an underbelly exhaust for the new Daytona. We get a brief look at the inline-three mill’s raucous symphony in the teaser.

Triumph Daytona 660 teased: Specifications and features

The 660cc inline triple-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that powers the Triumph Tiger Sport 660 and Trident 660 will also power the Daytona 660. This engine produces 80 bhp and 64 Nm of peak torque in the other two 660 variants. It is mated to a 6-speed gearbox with slip and assist clutch.

In terms of hardware, the Daytona 660 is likely to have a new rear subframe in addition to the primary frame. A mono-shock at the rear and upside-down front forks will handle the suspension setup. It is expected to come with 17-inch alloy wheels and Michelin tires at the front and rear.

The electronics package is likely to include traction control, a bi-directional quick-shifter, and two riding modes – Rain and Road.

Triumph Daytona 660: Price and Rivals

Triumph Daytona 660 rivals areKawasaki Ninja 650, Aprilia RS 660, and Honda CBR650R.

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