Triumph reveals Bonneville Stealth Editions

Gajanan Kashikar Published: October 27, 2023, 02:13 PM IST

Triumph has unveiled the exclusive Bonneville Stealth Editions in the United Kingdom, featuring a stunning custom-style paint finish that catches the eye with its unique hand-painted design. This limited collection includes eight different Bonneville models, each with its distinct tank design and captivating hand-painted finish that reveals vivid colours as it interacts with light.

Triumph Bonneville Stealth Editions' Highlights

The eight Triumph Bonneville Stealth Editions include, the Speedmaster Red Stealth Edition, the Bobber Purple Stealth Edition, Bonneville T100 Blue Stealth Edition, Bonneville T120 Blue Stealth Edition, Speed Twin 1200 Red Stealth Edition, Speed Twin 900 Green Stealth Edition, Scrambler 900 Orange Stealth Edition, and the T120 Black Stealth Edition in a sophisticated matte silver finish.

The process begins with a base layer of mirror-finish metallic 'Silver Ice' applied to each tank, followed by a precisely placed dark to light 'Sapphire Black' graphite vignette. Multiple layers of translucent tinted lacquer are then added to create a rich top coat.

What makes these Stealth Editions truly special is how the paint transitions from dark graphite to vibrant colours when exposed to light, creating varying hues and tones under different conditions and from various angles. Each motorcycle has subtle variations in its hand-painted finish, ensuring that every model is unique.

The Triumph Bonneville Stealth Editions will only be available for a year, so enthusiasts and collectors will not want to miss the chance to own one of these exclusive motorcycles. The firm has said that the orders can be placed now at Triumph dealers across the country, with motorcycles arriving at dealers from February 2024.

In other news, Triumph has taken a decision to end the production of its popular cafe racer, the Thruxton, hence it recently introduced the Thruxton Final Edition, which would bid farewell to the long-running nameplate.

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