Triumph unveils limited 'Stealth Editions' for 2024: Retro bikes transformed
The announcement of the Stealth Editions comes hot on the heels of Triumph's recent unveiling of the Thruxton Final Edition model in a glossy green livery.
Triumph Motorcycles has set the retro motorcycling world abuzz with the announcement of eight new factory custom models for 2024, each featuring a special livery across the petrol tank. These 'Stealth Editions' are a limited-time offering, available for just one year, and they promise to add a touch of sophistication and exclusivity to the renowned Bonneville family.
The defining feature of these Stealth Editions is their unique paintwork, which progresses from a deep and alluring graphite black to a selection of glossy candy colors, creating a striking visual journey. This artistic transition showcases the skill and innovation of Triumph's paint team, and it's a challenging, hand-crafted technique that gives each motorcycle a sophisticated and entirely unique finish.
Triumph's Chief Commercial Officer, Paul Stroud, couldn't contain his excitement as he shared his thoughts on these special editions. "The Stealth Editions are simply stunning, and a brilliant demonstration of the skill and innovation of our paint team," Stroud commented. "It is a challenging, hand-crafted technique that gives each motorcycle a sophisticated and unique finish. For fans of our Bonnevilles, these Stealth Editions will be hard to resist."
What sets these Stealth Editions apart is the meticulous attention to detail. Each bike will feature its own hand-painted design, with multiple layers of paint expertly applied to achieve a distinct transition from dark tinted graphite to a stunning array of vibrant colors. Among the color options are blue, green, red, and more, ensuring that riders can find a style that suits their individual taste.
The range of machines included in the Stealth Edition lineup covers a broad spectrum, catering to different preferences and riding styles. Here's a glimpse of what's on offer:
Bonneville Speedmaster (Red) - £13,795 (Rs. 13,91,569 Approx)
Bonneville Bobber (Purple) - £13,795 (Rs. 13,91,569 Approx)
Bonneville T100 (Blue) - £10,195 (Rs.10,28,798 Approx)
Bonneville T120 (Blue) - £12,595 (Rs. 12,70,923 Approx)
Bonneville T120 (Black) - £12,595 (Rs. 12,70,923 Approx)
Speed Twin 1200 (Red) - £12,595 (Rs. 12,70,923 Approx)
Speed Twin 900 (Green) - £9,395 (Rs. 9,48,063 Approx)
Scrambler 900 (Orange) - £10,395 (Rs. 10,48,974 Approx)
These Stealth Editions aren't just about aesthetics; they retain all the performance and engineering excellence that Triumph is known for, making them an enticing proposition for riders looking for a blend of style and substance.
The announcement of the Stealth Editions comes hot on the heels of Triumph's recent unveiling of the Thruxton Final Edition model in a glossy green livery. This celebratory model is set to grace the roads throughout 2024, marking the café racer's final model year and continuing Triumph's commitment to delivering thrilling, classic-inspired motorcycles.
If you're a fan of retro style and looking to make a statement on two wheels, Triumph's 2024 Stealth Editions are sure to turn heads and provide a riding experience like no other. Don't miss your chance to own one of these limited-edition masterpieces.