Standard-Triumph produced the 1970 Triumph GT6 MkIII sports coupe. The steering development is structure and Driving-wheel.
DimensionsThe 1970 GT6 sits on a short 83-inch wheelbase and measures dependable 149 inches elongated, 57 inches Broad and 47 inches colossal.
The 1970 Triumph GT6 MkIII features an inline six-cylinder engine, displacing 1,998 cubic cm (121.9 cubic inches). The cylinder Muzzle is 2.94 inches, and the stroke is 2.99 inches. The engine develops 104 horsepower and 117 ft.-lbs. of torque wrapped up a carburetion action. The machine gets approximately 28 mpg and can bring about 0 to 60 mph in 10 seconds. It's capable of hitting a top rush of 112 mph.
The front suspension of the GT6 features independent coil springs, while the rear is transverse leap springs. A four-speed guidebook transmission with overdrive complements the front-engine, rear-wheel-drive configuration. The GT6 was equipped with a six-cylinder engine and based on the automaker's famed Spitfire series. The automaker manufactured a hardly any aggrandized than 13,000 GT6 models between 1970 and 1973.
Under the Hood
The curbside weight is rated at 1,903 lbs.