Triumph have revealed two new versions of the Tiger 800: the XRT and the XCA.The Tiger 800 XRT and XCA are essentially the XRx and the XCx in higher-spec versions respectively. While the XRx and the XRT have a more on-road bent, the XCx and the XCA are better equipped to handle the dirt.
Changes on these models include a larger capacity 650W alternator to power the new heated grips and seats which are now standard. In addition to these, the alternator is also capable of powering LED headlamps and any heated clothing that the rider might use. The XCA now gets three power sockets instead of the two on the XCx.
On the aesthetics front, the XCA is available in matte Khaki colour scheme whereas the XRT comes with sharp orange paintwork.
The bikes are priced at £9,999 (Rs 9.59 lakh) for XRT and £10,499 (Rs 10 lakh) for the XCA in the UK and will be available from June. Whether the new models make it to Indian shores is still unclear.