Toward the finish of 2019, the new No Time to Die James Bond film trailer dropped and indicated the popular British mystery operator engaged with a customary pursue on a motorcycle in the seat of a Triumph Scrambler 1200. The House of Hinckley later affirmed its organization with the establishment, including that both the Scrambler 1200 and the new Tiger 900 were highlighted in the up and coming film.
We suspected a type of unique version would result yet when the film set to be discharged in April 2020 was postponed to November because of the pandemic, we figured Triumph would set the model aside for later and synchronize the dispatch with the film’s discharge. However, it seems that the organization would not like to hold up that long.
It’s another extraordinary release of Triumph’s beast retro-looking adventure motorcycle made explicitly to praise everything Bond. Generally in light of the fact that he rides a Triumph in the imminent 25th James Bond Film, No Time To Die.
The firm has now officially presented the new Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition, in light of the highest point of-the-line Scrambler XE. The model highlights a completely blacked-out attire with a huge number of “007” and “Bond Edition” badging.
Anyway, just 250 of these limited edition release bikes will be made, so they’ll be uncommon. In any case, in the event that you do happen to see one, it won’t be difficult to spot. To a great extent on the grounds that there are a lot of 007 increments to tell you it’s Bond spec. Clearly, it’s in a covert shading – dark – everything including the curved guards, forks, swingarm, sump guard and grab rail are blacked out. Indeed, even the engine has been passed out. In any case, at that point subtleties are diverged from gold featuring to give it that luxury look.
The extraordinary release bundle incorporates a 007-marked fumes plate and side covers, an exceptional leather saddle with “Bond Edition” weaved on at the back, a model-explicit TFT show with unique 007 “shade” startup screen message. The bike also features an exclusive Arrow suppressor with carbon fiber tips, a tempered steel front light grill, and dark back wheel adjusters.
Concerning the powertrain, the Bond Edition utilizes a similar set up as the Scrambler 1200 with a 1,200cc parallel twin engine delivering 89 hp and 81 lb-ft of torque.
The new 2020 Triumph Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition retails for $18,500—a $3,100 premium over the standard Scrambler XE.