Triumph Chrome Collection launched with special editions for all models
Retro motorcycles have a certain charm to them, and a lot of it is reflected in how customisable a lot of them are. Triumph is now strengthening its lineup with a new special edition collection that will cover ten models in its motorcycle range, called the Chrome Collection. The limited edition, bespoke handmade editions will be available for only one year and start deliveries from late 2022 and early 2023 in most countries. The Chrome Collection is also augmented by a Chrome Collection accessories pack, which increases the scope of customisation even further. The bikes covered go from the Triumph Scrambler 900 all the way to the monstrous Rocket 3 GT, with everything in between. The motorcycles hold a slight premium over their usual counterparts. In India, the Triumph Chrome Collection starts from ₹8.8 lakh for the Speed Twin and up to ₹21 lakh for a fully loaded Rocket 3. Let’s take a look!
Triumph Rocket 3 Chrome Edition
Starting at ₹20 lakh
The ultimate, most extreme Triumph on sale right now, the Rocket 3 has been given the Chrome treatment with both the GT and R models getting chrome fuel tanks, jet black headloghts, mudguards, radiator cowls and rear and side panels. The GT and R both also get a new Diablo Red colourway.
Triumph Bonneville T120 Chrome Edition
The most iconic Triumph model in the range, the Bonneville T120 gets a chrome tank and (in this writer’s opinion) one of the finest paintjobs, a Meridian Blue retro colour scheme. Accented by jet black mudguards, headlights and side panels, the Bonnie looks meaner than ever before.
Triumph Bonneville Bobber Chrome Edition
For those on the hunt for a more laid back American style of cruiser experience, the Bonneville Bobber has been given the chrome treatment as well, with the fuel tank, jet black accents and Triumph triangle tank badge. The wire-spoke wheels and wide handlebars help the muscular bike achieve that iconic stance.
Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster Chrome Edition
The Bonneville Speemaster gets the same Diablo Red colourway also available in the Rocket 3, along with the iconic chrome fuel tank. The stout motorcycle is accented by short mudguards in the front and rear.
Triumph Bonneville T100 Chrome Edition
The younger brother in Triumph’s Bonneville range, the Bonnie T100 gets the same treatment as its elder sibling, excpet now with a beautiful Cobalt Blue colourway that is accented by chrome details all round, including metal stripes and chrome badges.
Triumph Speed Twin 900 Chrome Edition
The Speed Twin, the entry-level Triumph Speed Twin gets a unique Red colour scheme along with chrome knee pad infills, tank badging and silver logos.
Triumph Scrambler Chrome Edition
The Scrambler models are unique in the Triumph lineup, and they get a new Brooklands green colourway that is deftly attached to chrome detailing on the fuel tank, badging and exhaust. Along with these, the Scrambler also has jet black detailing.