Triumph to launch new Daytona in January 2024

It was 2020 when Triumph Motorcycles unleashed the Daytona 765 Moto2 Edition – a celebration of the UK-based company’s return to Grand Prix racing as the official Moto2 engine supplier.

This coming 2024, Triumph is once again unleashing the Daytona badge.

Trident 660-based?

Triumph announces 2024 Daytona sportbike image

Though Triumph has not released any official information other than the bike’s silhouette, the marketing team inadvertently uploaded a main image with a file name that says “Daytona 660” which pretty much confirms that the upcoming bike is based on the existing 660 platform. After the news spread, Triumph added an image of the "660" decal, confirming that the upcoming Daytona will be based on the 660 platform.

The Trident/Speed Triple-based Daytona will be powered by the same 660 cc, three-cylinder engine with a claimed 81 Ps of power and 64 Nm of torque.

The same tubular chassis might be used, as well as the Showa forks and rear suspension, Nissin brake calipers, and TFT screen.

Pricing and other details will be announced by Triumph Motorcycles on January 9, 2024.