The British manufacturer Triumph is a favourite brand for enthusiasts who prefer performance with uniqueness. It is one such premium brand that caters to the broad segment in India. New Gold Editions have uplifted style game even more substantial for Triumph Motors. The Gold Edition includes hand-painted gold linking skills of Triumph’s engineer for the Bonneville range. Here are details of Triumph’s Gold-Line edition bikes.
Bonneville T100 Gold Line Edition
The Bonneville T100 is the entry-level Modern Classics motorcycle, which comes equipped with a 900cc engine that produces around 65hp at 7400rpm and punchy peak torque of 80Nm at 3750rpm. Gold Line Edition Bonneville T100 gets a Silver Ice fuel tank, front and rear mudguards, and side panels, combined with a classic Competition Green fuel tank, edged with hand-painted gold lining and subtle ‘gold line’ logo.
Bonneville Speedmaster Gold Line Edition
The Speedmaster is powered by a 1200cc high torque Bonneville twin engine that delivers around 77 hp peak power at 6100rpm and 106 Nm peak torque at 4000rpm. The Gold Line Edition gets a combination of Silver Ice fuel tank with Sapphire Black twin stripe design with hand-painted gold lining. The Sapphire Black is carried across the side panels, which feature a striking new gold and silver Bonneville Speedmaster logo.
Bonneville Bobber Gold Line Edition
The Bonneville Bobber comes equipped with the same engine as the Bonneville Speedmaster. It is one of the most unique looking motorcycles of its kind and now, in the Gold Edition is gets the design theme of Carnival Red, which is carried across the fuel tank and mudguards. The Carnival Red paint on the fuel tank and mudguards with Sapphire Black side panels look unique when viewed from the sides.
Bonneville T120 and T120 Black Gold Line Editions
The Bonneville T120 gets the torque-rich 1200 cc engine that produces around 80hp peak power at 6550rpm and 105Nm peak torque at 3500rpm. It gets lightweight aluminium wheels, cruise control and enhanced riding modes.
The Bonneville T120 Gold Edition comes with Competition Green and Silver Ice colour scheme. The Competition Green shades on the tank are edged with a hand-painted gold line, while the side panels carry a stripe graphic, with a white and gold Bonneville T120 logo.
The Bonneville T120 Black Gold Line Edition, on the other hand, gets a little darker treatment with Matt Sapphire Black paint scheme running across the Matt Silver-colored tank. The side panel brings stripe graphics with Matt Sapphire Black paint across the motorcycle, complimenting the blacked-out engine and black exhaust system.
Street Scrambler Gold Line Edition
The triumph’s Iconic urban street scrambler is powered by a 900cc twin-engine, producing around 83hp peak power at 7250rpm and 80Nm peak torque at 3250rpm. The Gold Line Edition gives scrambler a distinctive look with Matt Pacific Blue colour scheme. It gets Graphite tank stripe and brushed foil knee pad graphics, which accompany hand-painted gold lining. On the other hand, the mudguard gets Matt Jet Black colour, and the side panel features a new gold Street Scrambler logo.
Scrambler 1200 XC and XE Gold Line Editions
The Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC and XE are the most potent and purpose-built motorcycles. Both the variants of Scrambler 1200 gets equipped with a 1200cc, 8-valve parallel-twin engine that generates around 90hp at 7400 rpm with 120Nm of torque at 3950 rpm. The Scrambler XC is perfect for all-round performance, whereas XE is a little more focused on off-road capabilities.
The Scrambler 1200 XC Gold Line Edition comes in a stylish combination of Carnival Red and Storm Grey, with a hand-painted gold line running alongside an aluminium Silver tank. In comparison, the Scrambler 1200 XE Gold Line Edition combines Baja Orange colour on the body with Silver Ice tank. The side panel and headlamp bowl on both variants get a classic Jet Black finish.
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