In No Time to Die, last to be shot, 007 alternates driving four Aston Martin: two classic (one DB5 and one V8 Vantage) and two modern supercars (the Valhalla and the DBS Superleggera). Not only that: the agent “with license to kill” is boarded several Triumph models, the historic motorcycle brand of Great Britain. And from this partnership comes the Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition, the first motorcycle officially linked to the world of Her Majesty’s secret agent.
A unique motorcycle of its kind, characterized by a refined color scheme inspired by the James Bond saga produced in only 250 copies (each with numbered plate). In designing it, the Triumph designers drew inspiration from the models used on the set for filming some of the most exciting scenes of “No Time to Die”. In addition to the Sapphire Black livery, several components have an exclusive “total balck” finish which make the Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition aggressive and refined at the same time. This is joined by the James Bond style package of personalizations, with number holder table on the exhaust and side panel finish with branding 007.
On the performance front, the James Bond bike inherits the same disruption as the Scrambler XE top of the range. The engine is a 1.2-liter twin-cylinder capable of delivering 90 horsepower at 7,300 rpm and a torque of 110 Nm at 3,950 rpm. The unmistakable sound, however, is due to a double high exhaust with stainless steel collectors and an Arrow silencer with carbon fiber terminals. This is joined by a second generation TFT instrumentation, six driving modes (including Off-Road Pro), ABS, cornering traction control and LED lighting.
In short, a motorcycle for connoisseurs, which cannot be missing from the collection of fans of the 007 saga. As mentioned, however, it will be difficult to buy one: the Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition is produced in only 250 numbered copies, with a list price of 19,500 euros. Who will be able to take her home will also receive a special “Bond” package, tailor-made for each individual motorcycle, with a letter signed by Triumph CEO Nick Bloor and an exclusive backpack.