NEW 2019 BONNEVILLE T120 DIAMOND EDITION
Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of a British Motorcycle Legend
In 2019 Triumph celebrates the 60th anniversary of the most iconic twin in history, the 1959 Bonneville, with the beautiful Bonneville T120 Diamond Edition, featuring a one-off premium paint scheme and a unique level of high specification finish and detailing.
One-off special edition:
Unique higher specification details and finish:
Limited, each will come with a numbered certificate, signed by Nick Bloor, Triumph CEO
Based on the timeless Bonneville T120:
Based on the timeless Bonneville T120, the new for 2019 Bonneville T120 Diamond Edition celebrates the 60th anniversary of the most famous British motorcycle in history. Born in 1959 and named after the iconic Bonneville Salt Flats, the original T120 set the benchmark for style, capability and handling, and today’s generation takes the legend to an even higher standard.
The 2019 Bonneville T120 Diamond Edition takes all of the classic style and modern capability of the standard Bonneville T120 and brings an even higher standard of finish, including:
Exclusive White and Silver tank design with striking ‘Union flag’
Unique Bonneville T120 Diamond logo on the side panels
In addition to its unique paint scheme, the T120 Diamond Edition also features a host of premium details that further enhance its individual style and one-off positioning, including;
With a limited run of only 900 worldwide, each will come with a numbered certificate of ownership signed by Nick Bloor, Triumph’s CEO.
STANDARD FEATURES, SHARED WITH THE BONNEVILLE T120
1200cc High Torque engine
The authentic character of the Bonneville T120 comes to life through the 1200cc high torque 8 valve, parallel Bonneville twin engine.
Built specifically for the modern classic riding style, with immediate and exciting torque delivery, it produces a peak torque figure of 105Nm at a low 3,100 rpm – an amazing 54% more than the previous generation.
With the pinpoint accuracy and instant throttle response of Triumph’s next generation ride-by-wire fuel-injection and engine management system, the six-speed 1200cc Bonneville engine is engineered with a charismatic tone and 270° firing interval for characterful, linear power delivery.
The engine profile has been beautifully crafted to incorporate key heritage styling cues from the legendary 60's Bonneville bikes, sensitively incorporating contemporary components to maintain that iconic engine silhouette.
Behind the 1200 engine’s stylish exterior sits a cutting-edge liquid cooling system, carefully integrated to minimise its visual impact whilst achieving cleaner emissions and enhancing fuel efficiency – 13% better than the previous generation. This, combined with a new extended service interval of 10,000 miles (16,000km) dramatically reduces the overall cost of ownership.
Finally, elegant peashooter style exhausts follow a clean ‘straight line run’ achieved through an ingenious twin skin design that covers the pipe run through the cat box and out again. It delivers the true sound of a British twin, with a deep and rich exhaust note that truly matches the T120 character, tuned to a level you would want and expect.
The Bonneville T120 Diamond Edition shares all of the T120’s advanced standard of capability, with a wealth of rider-focused technology to deliver exceptional control, safety and enhanced rider confidence – integrated sensitively and without compromise to maintain the authentic Bonneville style and character.
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