Triumph reveals design prototype of upcoming Trident Roadster

Triumph has revealed a design prototype of its upcoming Trident middleweight roadster at the London Design Museum.

The Trident design prototype comes as a result of a 4-year development programme conducted at Triumph’s design facility in the UK. The Trident has been conceived and developed by the company’s design team at Hinckley with inputs from Rodolfo Frascoli - a Triumph fan who also had a hand in the design of the Tiger 900.

The Trident features a new frame and the design prototype incorporates Triumph’s design DNA, with tank knee indents and cues from the Speed Triple. It has an upright riding position.

The roadster will be powered by a triple cylinder engine. It will make its debut in 2021.

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