2019 Triumph Motorcycle range gets updated colour options
British premium motorcycle manufacturer, Triumph Motorcycles has updated its whole range of motorcycles such as the Tiger, Street Triple and the Bonneville with new colour options. We believe the same could be launched in India by the end of this year.
The modern classic Triumph Bonneville gets a dual-tone as well as single tone matte and gloss finished paint jobs. The T120 can be optioned in either Silver Ice or Storm Grey or Baja Orange. The smaller Bonnie, the T100 gets a new Cranberry red. The Black edition of T100 and the Bobber are being offered in Matt Ironstone. Triumph will be offering Korosi Red and Silver Ice on its Bobber motorcycles whereas the Speedmaster can be availed in two-tone Cobalt Blue and Jet Black. In terms of the brand's naked sport offering, the Speed Triple RS can be an option in either a Crystal White with red/black decals or in Matt Black with yellow/grey decals. The smaller offering, which is the Street Triple RS will now be available in Matt Storm Grey.
Even the Adventure based offerings, the Tiger and the Tiger 1200 are now available in Baja Orange, Matt Khaki, Pure White, Matt Jet Black and Lucerne Blue, depending on what variant one chooses. The larger ADV, the Tiger 1200 will be offered in Pure White, Matt Jet Black, Lucerne Blue, Storm Grey and Matt Khaki, again variant dependent. Triumph also has the Tiger Sport in the international market that will be offered with an option between Matt Silver Ice or Storm Grey.
In other news, Triumph has announced a project called TE-1 which is a collaboration between Williams Advanced Engineering, Integral Powertrain Ltd's e-drive division, WMG at the University of Warwick and Innovate UK. This project that will be conducted for a period of two years will develop electric motorcycles as well as integrated solution for lightweight electric powertrains that we believe will develop electric alternatives to Triumph's present line-up of motorcycles. The TE-1 project will be supported and co-funded by the UK government's Department of Business, Energy and Industrial strategy.
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