What you see here is the most powerful motorcycle Triumph ever made! At its disposal, it has 168 hp and 211.9 Nm of maximum torque delivered by a massive three-cylinder aggregate with a capacity of 2.458 cubic meters.
The model in question is the Triumph Rocket 3 TFC.
We need to emphasize that the most powerful is ever made Triumph – Cruiser, and it is a machine that got the “Triumph Factory Custom” treatment from Hinkley.
Triumph plans to make a total of 750 copies of this model, of which 225 will be for the North American market. What exclusivity brings is the highest torque on a single generating unit, which is also the production unit with the largest cubicle on the market.
Like other performance-enhanced variants, the Triumph Rocket 3 TFC comes with a robust electronics package, which includes ABS, slip control, quichtifter, TFT instrument panel and four modes of driving.
Brakes are Brembo, with the MCS main cylinder and Stylema frontal jaws, while the suspension is made in cooperation with Showa and consists of a fully adjustable rear shock absorber and fork. The appearance of the British machine further accentuates the new LED dual headlights.
The new Triumph Rocket 3 TFC weighs around 295 kilos, which is some 40 kg less than anyone on its predecessor. Ordering has already begun, and the first deliveries are expected in December. It is expected to cost about €26,000.