Triumph is the only manufacturer in India to have the largest BS-VI line-up consisting of 13 motorcycles in its portfolio.
In August 2020, Triumph launched two BS-VI two-wheelers named the Street Twin and the Bonneville Speedmaster in India at US$ 9979.86 and US$ 15177.42 (Rs 7.45 lakh and Rs 11.33 lakh, respectively). Now, the company has launched the Rocket 3 GT in India at US$ 25004.75 (Rs 18.0 lakh, ex-showroom). The Rocket 3 GT costs US$ 543.58 (40,000) more than the Rocket 3 R that was launched in late 2019. Triumph is the only manufacturer in India to have the largest BS-VI line-up consisting of 13 motorcycles in its portfolio.
Moreover, in August 2020, the company launched the BS-VI Street Triple R in India at US$ 11847.98 (Rs 9.5 lakh, ex-showroom), with cosmetic as well as mechanical changes. The Rocket 3 GT is the cruiser version of the Rocket 3, whereas the Rocket 3 R is the street-oriented roadster. The GT comes with a relaxed riding position, with a slightly pulled-back handlebar, forward-set footpegs, and a lower seat height compared to the R.
The Rocket 3 GT gets a height-adjustable backrest, heated grips, and a fly-screen for the pillion. The GT weighs 294 kg, while the R tips the scales at 291 kg. The Rocket 3 GT is equipped with the same three-cylinder, 2,500 cc liquid-cooled engine that is good for 167 hp of power and 221 Nm of peak torque. The GT uses an all-aluminum frame, Showa USD forks at the front, and a mono-shock at the rear. Moreover, the Rocket 3 GT is equipped with twin 320 mm discs at the front and a 300 mm disc at the rear. The GT is available in two color options such as Phantom Black or Silver Ice/Storm Grey.