The new connectivity system can be added to TFT-equipped Triumph bikes, and features the world’s first motorcycle integrated GoPro control system.
Triumph Motorcycles has introduced a new generation of motorcycle connectivity for 2019, which can be added to all TFT-equipped Triumph motorcycles. The new Triumph TFT Connectivity System includes the world’s first motorcycle integrated GoPro control system. Using the TFT display, riders can start and stop filming from the GoPro camera mounted on the motorcycle or on the rider, and take photos, all from the handlebar. The new system will be compatible with all GoPros from Hero 5 and Session 5 onwards, allowing riders a completely new experience of taking photos and videos from their GoPro cameras.
Triumph has also partnered with Google to offer a “turn-by-turn” navigation system, which can be accessed through the new My Triumph app. The app will be available for Android and iOS compatible mobile phones. The “turn-by-turn” navigation system can be accessed through an accessory fitted Bluetooth module. The new connectivity system will be first available on the new Triumph Scrambler 1200 and then possibly the upcoming Triumph Speed Twin as well.
The new TFT Connectivity System can be applied to all Triumph motorcycles that feature the Triumph TFT instruments. These include both new bikes and current models such as the Triumph Street Triple RS and the 2018 Triumph Tiger 800 and Triumph Tiger 1200 range models which are sold in India. The new TFT Connectivity System will take some time to be available in India, and will debut once the new Triumph Scrambler 1200 is launched in India.