Last week we saw a teaser video followed by confirmed CARB filings of a new Triumph Speed Triple RS and R versions. As noted in the CARB filings, the engine will retain its 1050cc capacity, however, the new mill has received a different engine code which suggests changes from the previous model.

New Triumph Speed Triple Teased For Jan. 29

Triumph Speed Triple RS

Also noted last week was the increased redline from 10,000 rpm to 11,000 rpm, which is suggested on the new TFT display.

With the release of Triumph’s latest video, we see a more clear view of the motorcycles. Styling is certainly similar to the current Speed Triple as is the chassis while noticeable changes can be seen in the large TFT-display (finally!), five-spoke wheels, new handlebar controls, and slight styling updates including black fork tubes, a new front fender and two-toned graphics following suit from the Street Triple RS.

Triumph states all will be revealed February 5 at the end of the video. Rather than speculating changes we can neither confirm nor deny, take a look at the video below and see for yourself. As always, stay tuned to Motorcycle.com for updates on the new Triumph Speed Triple RS.