Triumph presents color updates and aesthetic elements in some of its most representative models. Colors and modifications already available at all brand dealers. Triumph claims to have listened to the opinions and tastes of its customers and mix them with new trends to give a twist to its motorcycles for this summer season. In the field of naked and sports, the Triumph Speed Triple and the Triumph Daytona 675 they have a new color Sulfur Yellow.
The Triumph Daytona 675 In addition to having that color option, it adds decorative stripes on its rims. Goes on a Carbon Fiber Diet a Little with elements such as the front fender, the fairing padding and the exhaust pipe heat shield. And it will also mount the semi-automatic gearbox as standard Quickshifter along with Billet levers. Improvements that leave the Triumph Daytona 675 very round and only surpassed by its Daytona 675R version. But also Triumph Modern Classics and some Cruisers get new colors. Bonneville, Thruxton, Scrambler, Speedmaster and Thunderbird show other decorations, we see them below.
In the case of the classics, the Triumph bonneville You will have as an option the decoration that mixes the Imperial Purple and White tones. Personally, I quite like this combination but, like the rest of the new colors, the best thing is to be able to take a tour of a dealership and see them live. In addition, the Triumph Bonneville adds new engine cooling fins and the tank logo is replaced by the typical British insignia. The Triumph thruxton is now painted in classic Brooklands Green and the Triumph scrambler in Matte Graphite.
For Cruisers, there are new paints on the Thunderbird, Storm, Speedmaster and America models. Shades in Caspian Blue / Phantom Black and Haze Marble Red for the Thunderbird. Matte Graphite Look for the Storm. Matte Black and Sapphire Blue / Jet Black for Speedmaster and Sapphire Blue / White for America which comes to replace the Caribbean Blue / White used up to now. Both Speedmaster and America also receive upgrades in the form of engine cooling fins and a more discreet radiator. You can see them in the following image gallery. And if we have to get wet, I keep the purple and white Triumph Bonneville.