Triumph 1968

Herald
1300
Vitesse
2000
Spitfire Mk III
GT6 - end of prod.
GT6 Mk II - new model
TR5
TR250 - America only
TR6 - new model

Great Britain

The Triumph now belongs to the large British Leyland Group, but for the time being, just like Rover and Jaguar, has a completely independent existence.
The TR 5 / PI (PI stands for Petrol Injection), was launched in October 1967.
Vitesse MkII of 1968 finally gets rear wishbones to tame the handling and revised grille.
GT 6 MkII from 1968 has raised bumpers, and wishbone rear suspension to tame the handling. Also power increased to 104 bhp and top speed up to 112 mph.
 

Herald

13/60 (R4 cyl, 1296 cc, 61 bhp)
  Saloon
  Convertible
  Estate
1200 (R4 cyl, 1147 cc, 48 bhp)
  Saloon

 

Vitesse

2 Litre (R6 cyl, 1998 ccm, 95 bhp) - end of prod.
  Saloon
  Convertible
2 Litre Mk II (R6 cyl, 1998 cc, 104 bhp) - October
  Saloon
  Convertible

 

1300

1300 (R4 cyl, 1296 cc, 61 bhp)
1300 TC (R4 cyl, 1296 cc, 75 bhp)
  Saloon


1300 TC

1300 TC
 

2000 and 2.5PI

2000 (R6 cyl, 1998 ccm, 90 bhp)
  Saloon
  Estate
2.5 PI (R6 cyl, inj, 2498 cc, 132 bhp) - new model
  Saloon


2,5 PI Saloon
 

Spitfire Mk III

Mk III (R4 cyl, 1296 cc, 75 bhp)
  Roadster

 

GT6

GT6 (R6 cyl, 1998 cc, 95 bhp) - end of prod.
  Coupé

 

GT6 Mk II

Mk II (R6 cyl, 1998 cc, 104 bhp) - October
  Coupé

 

TR5 and TR250

TR5 (R6 cyl, 2498 cc, 150 bhp)
TR250 (R6 cyl, 2498 cc, 104 bhp) - American market only
  Roadster
  Hardtop


TR250
 

TR6

TR6 (R6 cyl, 2498 cc, 150 bhp) - new model
  Roadster
  Hardtop