Triumph has torn the covers off two special-edition Tiger 1200 variants, based on the mid-range XCx and XRx, dubbed Desert Edition and Alpine Edition.
Both feature unique graphics, with the Desert Edition fittingly painted in sand colours, while the Alpine Edition is finished in white.
The special edition models retain the 1215cc three-cylinder engine which is tuned to produce 103kW from 9250rpm, and 122Nm from 7600rpm.
Based on the Tiger XCx, the Desert Edition features off-road riding modes, a sump guard, spoked wheels and off-road-oriented footpegs.
Both editions also get a quickshifter, autoblipper and an Arrow titanium exhaust – features which are normally reserved for the higher-spec variants.
Other standard features include a full colour TFT instrument cluster, cornering ABS and traction control, LED lighting, keyless ignition, cruise control, heated grips and an electrically adjustable windscreen.
The special editions also boast active suspension, Brembo monobloc brakes and an adjustable seat.
Triumph Australia has yet to confirm timing or availability, however, INFO MOTO has contacted the company for an update on the range.
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