Triumph announced in Europe the launch of the 2023 model of the Modern Classic Bonneville line, which arrives with brighter, distinct and elegant color options, in addition to changing the name of two models.
The well-known Street Twin is now renamed the Speed Twin 900, and the Street Scrambler has been renamed the Scrambler 900.
According to the company, these new names were chosen to better represent the family connections in Triumph’s iconic Bonneville line and its specific engine capabilities.
Thus, it is easier to identify the model relating it to the cubic capacity of the engine. As an example, from now on, if you want a model from the Speed Twin line, you will have the Speed Twin 900 and Speed Twin 1200 at your disposal.
Regarding the new colors, the models gained options in Orange, Red and Blue, in addition to more sober options such as Black, White and Gray.
Below is a summary of the changes to each model for 2023.
Speed Twin 900 (previously Street Twin)
For 2023, the newly re-named Speed Twin 900 comes in three colours, including classic Triumph Jet Black, a Matt Ironstone and a sophisticated new Matt Silver Ice option, with silver and yellow accents.
This new paint scheme includes a Matt Silver Ice fuel tank with silver and yellow graphics, Jet Black side panels with new Speed Twin 900 logo and Jet Black front and rear mudguards.
Scrambler 900 (previously Street Scrambler)
For model year 2023, the newly re-named Scrambler 900 comes in three colours, with a classic Triumph Jet Black, a new Carnival Red and Jet Black scheme with striking and contemporary new graphics, plus a new Matt Khaki scheme that celebrates the Scrambler’s iconic off-road heritage.
The new Carnival Red and Jet Black paint scheme includes a Carnival Red fuel tank with contemporary Jet Black stripe detailing and Jet Black side panel, frame cowl and mudguards.
The iconic new Matt Khaki colour scheme features a Matt Khaki fuel tank with Matt Jet Black side panel, frame cowl and mudguards.
The iconic Bonneville T100 for model year 2023 comes in three colours, with a timeless Triumph Jet Black, and a classic Carnival Red and Fusion White scheme, plus a stylish interpretation of the original 1959 design, with a stunning new Meriden Blue and Tangerine option, with hand-painted silver coach line detailing on the tank. This striking new colour scheme also features Meriden Blue side panels and mudguards.
For 2023, the legendary Bonneville T120 comes in three colours, with a stylish Triumph Jet Black, and a sophisticated Cordovan Red and Silver Ice scheme, plus a stunning new Aegean Blue and Fusion White option, with hand-painted gold line detailing on the tank.
The new heritage-inspired colour scheme also features Aegean Blue mudguards, and Jet Black side panels and headlight bowl.
Bonneville T120 Black
The classic Bonneville T120 Black comes in two colours for model year 2023, with a timeless Triumph Jet Black, and a sophisticated new Sapphire Black and Matt Sapphire Black split scheme across the tank, accentuated with carefully hand-painted silver coach line detailing.
The new scheme also features Sapphire Black mudguards, side panels and headlight bowl.
Speed Twin 1200
For model year 2023, Triumph’s performance classic Speed Twin 1200 comes in three colours – the classic Jet Black, a striking Red Hopper, and now an exciting new Matt Baja Orange scheme, with stylish Storm Grey and Aluminium Silver tank graphics.
The new scheme also features Matt Storm Grey side panels and headlight bowl, matched with Matt Silver Ice fork protectors.
Scrambler 1200 XE and Scrambler 1200 XC
Triumph’s class-defining Scrambler 1200 line-up, for model year 2023, comes in three colours – the sophisticated Sapphire Black, a classic Matt Khaki Green and Matt Jet Black scheme, and a stunning new Carnival Red and Jet Black scheme that features a Carnival Red fuel tank with Jet Black tank stripe design, plus Jet Black side panel and headlight bowl.
Triumph’s original custom icon, the Bonneville Bobber, comes in three colours for model year 2023, with a classic Jet Black, a sophisticated Matt Storm Grey and Matt Ironstone scheme, and a striking new Red Hopper option. This new paint scheme includes a Red Hopper fuel tank and Jet Black side panels and mudguards.
The British custom classic icon, Triumph’s Bonneville Speedmaster, comes in three colours, with a classic Jet Black, a stylish Sapphire Black and Fusion White scheme, and a sophisticated new Cordovan Red option which features a rich Cordovan Red fuel tank, with Jet Black side panels, mudguards and headlight bowl.
For 2023 the iconic Thruxton RS café racer comes in two colours, with a timeless Jet Black, and a stunning new Competition Green and Silver Ice scheme. This sophisticated new scheme features a Competition Green and Silver Ice fuel tank and seat cowl, with gold graphic detailing on both.
This is matched with Jet Black mudguards, headlight bowl and side panels and Matt Silver Ice fork protectors.
Anyway, for more information, access https://www.triumphmotorcycles.co.uk/.