Cleaner engine aside, the motorcycle receives a range of changes to its detailing, including new aluminum headlight brackets, new throttle body finishers, a new side panel with an aluminum number board and logo, as well as a new heel guard. The same 41mm cartridge fork or twin shocks sit at the front, with Brembo four-piston brakes down below paired with a Nissin two-pot caliper down to the rear. Power continues to come from the 900cc parallel-twin engine capable of pushing out 65 horsepower and peak torque of 59 pound-feet, while other performance features include three different riding modes, traction control, a torque-assist clutch, and switchable ABS. If you’re looking for an extra touch of adventure and ruggedness, Triumph will also be releasing a limited edition Sandstorm variant for a slightly higher price.
For those interested, Triumph’s 2022 Street Scrambler and its Sandstorm Edition will be available in July and May respectively, with the former priced at $11,000 USD and the latter at $11,750 USD. Head over to the company’s website to learn more.
Elsewhere in the automotive world, Porsche is celebrating two decades of entering the Chinese market with an exclusive, commemorative 911 Turbo S.