Triumph will release eight modern classic motorcycles in a special custom paint finish for 2024. Each bike will be branded as the Stealth Edition of its respective model, and can be ordered from dealerships from today.
Due to arrive in November 2023, the exclusive collection is represented by eight different Bonneville models. Each features its own unique tank design, which showcases a dramatic hand-painted finish that intensifies in the light to reveal vivid colour.
The process starts with a base layer of mirror-finish metallic ‘Silver Ice’ being applied to each tank, followed by a precisely placed dark to light ‘Sapphire Black’ graphite vignette. Finally, a translucent tinted lacquer is applied in multiple layers, to build a deep and rich topcoat.
The transition from dark tinted graphite to vibrant colour springs to life when exposed to light, varying in hue and tone under different conditions and appearing different from every angle. The hand-painted finish ensures subtle variations, making every motorcycle truly unique.
The eight Triumph Stealth Edition models include the Bonneville Speedmaster in red, the stripped-back Bobber in purple, the T100 and T120 in a striking blue, the Speed Twin 1200 in red and the agile Speed Twin 900 in green, the Scrambler 900 in an eye-catching orange, while the moody T120 Black features a sophisticated matte silver finish.
Price wise, the Bonneville Speedster Red Stealth Edition and Bonneville Bobber Purple Stealth Edition will be the most expensive bikes, from $24,390 ride away. The Speed Twin 900 Green Stealth Edition will be the entry point with prices starting from $17,690 ride away.
The Bonneville T100 Blue Stealth Edition will start at $19,750. The Scrambler 900 Orange Stealth Edition will be priced from $20,100, while the Speed Twin 1200 Red Stealth Edition will be priced from $22,590 ride away.
The last two bikes in the Stealth Edition range, the Bonneville T120 Blue Stealth Edition and Bonneville T120 Black Stealth Edition will be both priced from $22,690 ride away. For further information, contact your local Triumph dealer.