The Street Triple 765 RS is technically excellently equipped. There is a large TFT color display, lean angle sensors, driving modes, traction control, USB under the seat, QuickShifter and, for an additional charge, the option of placing a Google powered Turn by Turn Navigation on the display. The only thing we don't find is an electronic chassis, but otherwise pretty much everything is on board that pleases the driver.
The light comes completely in LED including the turn signals and Triumph has also thought of an LED daytime running light for the RS. There is a separate switch for switching between these daytime running lights and the low beam. By the way, both together are not permitted by law.
Unlike the R, the Streety RS is not operated via a directional pad, but via a pushable joystick. There is a separate M button to change the driving modes while driving, and there are also switches for the hazard warning lights and a home button for menu control. The operation is simple and logical, despite the many functions you can quickly get to grips with it. The only downside: The cockpit is very reflective and should be a little brighter and more contrasting for our taste.