An aluminum frame, a single-sided swingarm, a shaft final drive, a 1215 cc 12-0valve 3-cylinder engine (132 bhp at 8,900 rpm and 89 ft. lbs. of torque at 6,450 rpm) and lots of features found on the most luxurious tourers (cruise and traction control, ABS braking system, ride-by-wire throttle system, electric adjustable windshield up or down 6.5″, adjustable rider seat, heated grips and seat, GPS, Bluetooth, USB port etc) will probably position it as a direct competitor of BMW’s sport oriented touring bikes.
As standard equipment, the Trophy SE comes also with headlight ]adjustment, a center stand, a lockable cockpit storage box with a 12-volt power socket, a 6.6-gallon fuel tank, an electronically adjustable suspension for rebound damping up front, and for preload and rebound at the rear using a control switch on the left handlebar and Triumph Dynamic Luggage System (TDLS). 10,000-mile service intervals, with major services only needed every 20,000 miles.
Sold in the USA in January 2013 at a price to be announced. Available either in Lunar Silver or Pacific Blue paint schemes