British premium motorcycle manufacturer Triumph Motorcycles has
launched its new range of Gold Line and Special Edition motorcycles in India,
adding nine motorcycles to its existing portfolio of 18 motorcycles. The Gold
Line range features six motorcycles, while the Special Editions consist of
three motorcycles all available for a limited period run of one year.
The Gold Lines include the Street Scrambler 900, Bonneville T100,
Bonneville T120, Bonneville T120 Black, Bobber and Speedmaster. The special
editions include Street Twin EC1, Rocket 3R 221 and Rocket 3 GT 221.
Street Twin EC1
Rocket 3R 221
Rocket 3 GT 221
All prices are
ex-showroom pan India.
Showcasing the hand-painted gold lining skills of Triumph’s expert
paint shop and reflecting customer demand for brighter and more custom-inspired
schemes, the new Bonneville Gold Line Editions bring a unique style in
Triumph’s renowned Modern Classic range. The Gold Line Editions feature all the
recent updates of the new Bonneville generation, including enhanced capability
and performance, and more beautiful style.
Shoeb Farooq, Business Head, Triumph Motorcycles India, said, “There
has been an increased demand from customers for custom painted motorcycles that
set them apart from the rest, offering uniqueness and these limited run paint
schemes perfectly fit the bill. The fact that the Gold Lines have custom
hand-painted pinstripes adds a special touch to the overall ownership
experience as well.”
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