Triumph has been in a lot of movies lately, like Birds of Prey, and the upcoming 25th James Bond Film, No Time To Die. The upcoming Bond movie promises to feature Triumph motorcycles in dynamic action.
To celebrate this iconic collaboration, Triumph introduces the first ever official motorcycle directly linked to the Bond Franchise: the Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition.
This limited edition Scrambler 1200 features a unique 007 design scheme and is limited to just 250 models worldwide. As you may have guessed, it’s inspired by the custom Scrambler 1200 action vehicles featured in No Time To Die.
To make the Scrambler look and feel special, it boasts of a Sapphire Black paint scheme, featuring an iconic oversized Triumph tank badge and brushed decal foil knee pad with hand-painted gold coachline. Additional 007 branding includes an exhaust number board and lower side panel finisher with pressed 007 branding, and a premium real leather seat with embroidered logo.
Triumph has even tweaked the start up sequence to make it feel like a product of Q Department. Twist the key and a unique Bond TFT instrument startup screen appears.
All of this comes on top of a whole host of beautiful blacked-out features, including a black anodized rear mudguard, grab rail and sump guard, black forks, engine badges with gold accents, and black powder coated swingarm and sprocket cover.
To perfectly complement the Bond theme, it is also equipped with a range of accessories like a high-level front mudguard with a black anodized finish, fog lights with black anodized shrouds, and a premium Arrow silencer with carbon fiber end caps.
Triumph wasn’t kidding about its limited production. Only 250 will be sold worldwide. Each one will have a numbered edition plaque and unique badging. In addition, buyers also get a special Bond handover pack unique to their bike, featuring a numbered letter hand-signed by Triumph’s CEO Nick Bloor, and a premium rucksack.
The Scrambler 1200 Bond edition is powered by a 270° firing interval 1200cc engine that produces 90 PS at 7,400 rpm and peak torque of 110 Nm at a low 3,950 rpm.
It comes with 6 riding modes that include Road, Rain, Off-Road, Sport and a rider-configurable mode. Each adjust the throttle response, ABS settings and traction control. On top of these 5 modes, there’s also Off-Road Pro mode.
Riding modes like cornering ABS and Traction Control make it manageable in a variety of conditions. It also comes with a torque assist clutch to reduce clutch lever effort, and electronic cruise control.
The Scrambler is also fitted with all-LED lighting, heated grips, USB charging and connectivity through the My Triumph App.