British bikemaker Triumph has launched My Triumph connectivity module in India at Rs. 19,568.

The price is excluding the charges for the installation of the device on the motorcycle. The Bluetooth module can be bought from any Triumph dealerships in India and it takes an hour to complete the fitment of the module.  The Triumph’s Bluetooth pairing module can be connected to the riders’ smartphone to view trip data, navigation and a host of other features.

The My Triumph Connectivity module comes as an option with the Scrambler 1200 and the recently launched Rocket 3 bike. This module was made available for the Indian customers from December 16, 2019, onwards.

The Bluetooth enabled connectivity system offers numerous features like music and phone operation, GoPro controls, turn-by-turn navigation.

All these features can be easily accessed via the TFT screen and the joystick which is present on the left switch cube. Also, in addition to the module, the company also launched the ‘My Triumph’ mobile app which works well with Android and iOS devices. The device can also record the route that the motorcycle is being ridden on and show a trip summary and facilitate the navigation system.

The device also provides information such as average fuel consumption, time or distance to the next scheduled service, and more. Another wonderful feature is the option to operate an action camera on the go.

The features enable the rider to record footage without the need to pull over and switch on to adjust the camera.

The TFT screen display allows the rider to start or stop recording, choose modes, take a photo and view the battery level. Action cameras like all GoPro models from Hero5/Session5 onwards are compatible with the system.

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