Updating to tiger

Tiger was released to the public on April 29, 2005 for US9.95 as the successor to Mac OS X 10.3 Panther.

Some of the new features included a fast searching system called Spotlight, a new version of the Safari web browser, Dashboard, a new ‘Unified’ theme, and improved support for 64-bit addressing on Power Mac G5s.

Lurking in the back of the shot is another, notably smaller, adventure bike that clearly isn’t the 1200 – suggesting a similar overhaul will for the 800 will debut in 2018, too.

Spy shots don’t get much clearer, and these reveal a lot of detail about the new bike, which looks so complete and production-ready that we’d expect it to be unveiled at the Milan motorcycle show at the beginning of November.

After a few years of struggling against ever more advanced competition, it looks like Triumph’s Tiger Explorer is set for a significant update in 2018.

Also clearly visible is a new TFT dash, which looks near-identical to the Street Triple’s 5-inch unit, which boasts multiple screen options, including high and low contrast versions for day/night use.

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This doesn’t support satnav functionality on the Street Triple, and it’s unlikely that it will on the Tiger – as Triumph don’t yet have satnav functionality in their range – although this would be the perfect bike on which to launch it.

The exhaust is also visible, in this instance capped with a stylish carbon fibre end cap.

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