Triumph Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition Revealed – Featured In The Upcoming James Bond Movie

Triumph Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition Revealed – Featured In The Upcoming James Bond Movie

Triumph Motorcycles UK has unveiled the new Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition motorcycle. The new Triumph Scrambler 1200 Bond edition has been inspired by the custom stunt bike.

The Triumph Scrambler 1200 custom motorcycle will feature in the upcoming James Bond movie. This will be the first time the British motorcycle manufacturer partners with the iconic franchise. The Bond Edition of the Triumph Scrambler 1200 will be limited to just 250 units worldwide and is priced at Rs 17.10 lakh.

The special edition and ultra-rare motorcycle is based on the top-spec ‘XE’ variant of the Scrambler 1200. In addition to all the features on the standard model, the Bond Edition will further come with a number of customized touches as well.

This includes a unique billet riser clamp with laser-etched individual numbering, 007 branding all around, blacked-out finishes, premium Sapphire Black paint scheme, oversized tank badge, leather seats with embossed 007 logo, Bond TFT instrument cluster start-up screen, black-anodized finished all around, black rear wheel adjuster, stainless steel headlight grille and Arrow silence with carbon-fiber end caps.

Apart from the above-mentioned changes, updates, and customization, the Bond Edition of the Scrambler 1200 will remain unchanged mechanically. It continues to be powered by 1200cc parallel-twin engine producing 89bhp at 7,400rpm and 110Nm of torque at 3,950rpm, paired with a six-speed gearbox.

The Bond Edition Scrambler 1200 is part of the partnership between the Bond franchise and the motorcycle brand. The Scrambler 1200 Custom stunt bike on which the Bond Edition has been based will be seen on the upcoming James Bond movie, No Time To Die, with Daniel Craig reprising his role and the iconic British Spy.

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