The bike comes with improved electronics for both the Tiger 800 and Tiger Explorer.

The company showed a 30sec teaser clip of the upcoming 2018 Tiger range. The design will feature electronic updates and Triumph will show the range at EICMA on November 7, 2017.

The bikes will feature a new, full-LED headlamp with a LED daytime running lamp strip running through it. The headlight, will features a cornering headlight, but whether both Tigers will get this feature remains to be seen.

In the video, there is new switchgear that is backlit. Apart from a few details, not much can be deciphered about the styling. The new Tigers will feature more edgy, angular bodywork and we expect the new bikes to follow the original Tiger theme, but to look sleeker. You can expect a slight bump in power as well as improved efficiency and cleaner emissions.

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