Triumph has launched not just one but as many as nine motorcycles, which includes six from the Gold Line range and the remaining three from the Special Editions range. The Gold Line range has the Street Scrambler 900, Bonneville T100, Bonneville T120, Bonneville T120 Black, Bobber Black, and Speedmaster Black. As for the Special Editions range, it gets the Street Twin EC1, the Rocket 3R 221, and the Rocket 3 GT 221.
In the Gold Line range, the Bonneville range gets hand-painted gold lining, golden Triumph tank logos and the Gold Line logo as well. In the Special Editions range, it’s the Rocket 3R and Rocket 3GT’s new 221 Special Edition, which offers a bespoke paint scheme that showcases the Rocket’s incredibly powerful and largest 2458cc triple engine that produces an enormous 22.53 kgm of torque. And the Street Twin EC1 takes its inspiration from East End’s (London) rich custom-classic motorcycle culture; featuring a unique EC1 paint scheme, with custom styling details on it.
However, these special paint schemes with hand-painted details will only be available for one year. But, they’re not that easy on your pocket. Well, the Gold Line range starts from Rs 9.95 lakh for the Street Scrambler 900 and goes all the way up to Rs 12.75 lakh for the Speedmaster. As for the Special Editions range, the price starts from Rs 8.85 lakh for the Street Twin EC1 and goes up to Rs 21.40 lakh for the Rocket 3 GT 221. Triumph says that the deliveries for these special editions will start from this month itself.