British Motorcycle maker have confirmed about unveiling Daytona Moto2, 765 cc engine high tech motorbike. Besides the normal or local model, there will be two models for USA and Canada. On the other hand, it will launch different version for Europe and Asia. While both share the Moto2-derived 765cc triple powerplant, Triumph isn’t hinting at what the differences are. Each market will have 765 number examples.

It has confirmed a limited-edition Daytona Moto2 765 will be revealed at the GoPro British Grand Prix at Silverstone on 23 August 2019.

2020 Triumph Daytona Moto2

Although there are less details about the specs but Triumph promises the “highest-ever specification” for the Daytona Moto2 765 Limited Edition model. Not only that, it’ll have limited-edition race paint scheme, being the first-ever official Moto2 Dorna Sports-licensed motorcycle. The company promises the bike will have “the highest power and torque ever from a production 765cc motorcycle.”

While, talking about the engine, the three-cylinder Moto2 race engine is believed to have 97kW of power. The bike will meet the coming Euro 5 emissions standards as well. It drives  from the 90kW 765cc Street Triple but with more than 80 new parts. These parts include better bore and stroke, new crank, pistons, titanium valves, stiffer valve springs and Nikasil-plated aluminium barrels.

Other than these, the race bike also has a taller first gear ratio, a tunable slipper clutch. The a new sump and an ECU is developed by Magneti Marelli who supplies the MotoGP control unit. It will have traction control, several engine modes, cornering ABS and a quickshifter with autoblipper to match wheel and engine speeds on downshifts.