ED: Updated with more pictures!

With the new Triumph Street Triple Rx, unveiled today at Intermot, Triumph has blurred the line even more between its Daytona 675 and the existing Street Triple. Short of completely revamping the S-T, Triumph instead transplanted parts from its full-fledged sportbike.

Sharp eyes will notice the rear profile is now sharper, thanks to the Daytona’s tail section being moved over to its sibling. The Rx sees a matte silver paint job accented with red components like the frame, subframe and wheels. The wheels, in particular, are light and inspired by racing wheels. Each wheel is also hand finished for that extra pop. Triumph’s seat cowl, belly pan and fly screen complete the Rx’s aesthetics package.

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Apart from the styling changes, the rest of the Street Triple Rx hasn’t changed. The 675cc inline-Triple hasn’t gone anywhere, but pumps out a broader torque curve compared to the horsepower-focused Daytona. It’s among one of our favorite engines seen in motorcycling, and its delightful three-cylinder howl gives us a smile every time. It’s mated to the same, slick-shifting six-speed. A quickshifter is fitted standard for clutchless, full-throttle upshifts.

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Brakes are Nissin radial-mount four-pots with switchable ABS. KYB provides suspension components, with both the fork and shock featuring full adjustability. Maybe best of all, the Street Triple comes with a two-year, unlimited mileage warranty.

Follow the rest of our 2014 Intermot Show coverage for more information on new 2015 motorcycle announcements.

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  • JMDonald

    The hits just keep on coming.

  • sgray44444

    I still hate the new style dual headlamps and the goofy mini fairing. Everything else looks pretty good. I wish they would rework the front end visually.

    • Zandit75

      I agree, this is such an awesome bike to ride, but that front is wrong on so many levels! A custom headlight would be first on the mods list!

  • allworld

    I have and love my 2009 R, I have to admit this is a good looking bike. Loose the rear foot pegs and replace the tail fender extension piece with a tidy bit and you’ve got a sharp looking street fighter.

  • KiwiBri

    the round light version is my fav.

  • Tushar Dasgupta

    How can they misguide indian consumers, I’m a victim of this misrepresentation of facts.

    http://www.indiancarsbikes.in/motorcycles/triumphs-official-statement-street-tripl-103088/