Spy shots of what seems to be the upcoming 2020 Triumph Tiger 800 have surfaced. There are a handful of changes that we can spot in the pictures which should trickle down to the final production model.
Let’s start with the front end of the bike. Triumph has replaced the old headlight set up with a new one. These lights are slimmer and smaller yet manage to have an aggressive and meaner look. We also see a revised windscreen which is a two-piece unit that suggests it might be at least two-way adjustable, manually if not electronically.
The side profile of the Tiger 2020 test mule shows a larger front wheel, probably of 21-in, and a shorter rear wheel, 19-in. This could mean that the test mule is the off-road XC variant. While we can’t tell anything about the engine of this new bike just by having a look at it but it’s being speculated that Triumph would use a new 900cc inline 3-cylinder engine for its upcoming Tiger series. This engine would have around 105-115hp and 90Nm of torque and would be Euro 5 compliant. The suspension set up could also be changed.
The rest of the bike more or less remains the same. We are expecting Triumph to showcase the new Tiger 800 at the EICMA show.