Triumph Motorcycles Australia has revealed its limited-run Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition, which celebrates the company’s collaboration with the James Bond franchise.
As INFO MOTO reported earlier this year, a number of Triumph bikes will feature in the upcoming James Bond flick, No Time to Die.
Capitalising on this tie-in, Triumph has built just 250 Bond Edition units, priced from $27,100 plus on-road costs in Australia.
For perspective, the current range-topping Scrambler 1200 XE is priced from $21,700 plus on-road costs.
Distinguishing the Bond Edition from the Scrambler 1200 XE, upon which this bike is based, is a ‘007’ paint scheme inspired by the bike used in the upcoming film, as well as a number of unique touches.
The bike also boasts an embroidered leather seat, a Bond themed TFT startup sequence, blacked-out trim elements, an Arrow silencer, a machined front brake reservoir, and a stainless steel headlight grille, among other updates.
As before, the Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition uses a 1200cc parallel-twin delivering 66kW (89hp) and 110Nm, and boasts adjustable Showa forks and Ohlins rear suspension, Brembo brakes and a 21-inch front hoop.
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