Triumph has released a new lineup of five new models in its Bonneville family, featuring three versions of an all-new engine that features ride-by-wire fuel injection and liquid cooling. At the sporting end of the lineup are the Thruxton and Thruxton R, which are powered by a 1200cc high-power version of the new engine that produces 83 foot-pounds of torque at 4,950 rpm. Electronics additions include ABS, traction control and three riding modes.

Triumph has announced a new lineup of five new models in its Bonneville family, featuring three versions of an all-new engine that features ride-by-wire fuel injection and liquid cooling. At the sporting end of the lineup are the Thruxton and Thruxton R, which are powered by a 1200cc high-power version of the new engine that produces 83 foot-pounds of torque at 4,950 rpm. Electronics additions include ABS, traction control and three riding modes.

The 1200cc “Thruxton-spec” engine has a six-speed gearbox and features a lighter crank, higher-compression pistons and a unique airbox. The R model benefits from upscale chassis components, including a Brembo front brake package, Showa Big Piston Fork, Ohlins shocks and Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa tires.

Triumph has announced a new lineup of five new models in its Bonneville family, featuring three versions of an all-new engine that features ride-by-wire fuel injection and liquid cooling. At the sporting end of the lineup are the Thruxton and Thruxton R, which are powered by a 1200cc high-power version of the new engine that produces 83 foot-pounds of torque at 4,950 rpm. Electronics additions include ABS, traction control and three riding modes.

The 1200cc “Thruxton-spec” engine has a six-speed gearbox and features a lighter crank, higher-compression pistons and a unique airbox. The R model benefits from upscale chassis components, including a Brembo front brake package, Showa Big Piston Fork, Ohlins shocks and Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa tires.

A trio of “inspiration” kits for the Thruxton models are offered, and include a variety of the more than 160 accessories available; a performance race kit will be offered for the R model. The standard Thruxton is offered in Jet Black, Pure White and competition Green colors, while the Thruxton R is available in Diablo Red or Silver Ice.

The text of Triumph’s press material follows:

  • Introducing the all-new 1200cc Thruxton and Thruxton R, both with beautifully imposing and authentic Triumph modern classic sports styling and all the poise, performance, braking and handling to live up to their legendary name.
  • Powered by the game-changing 1200cc ‘high power’ Thruxton spec. engine, with immediate and exciting power delivery, the instant throttle response of Triumph’s next generation ride-by-wire system and a truly thrilling exhaust note.
  • With a dedicated chassis and fully uprated suspension for stunning handling and agility, and on the Thruxton R, a higher specification of equipment taking the ride to the next level.
  • Both a striking and imposing evolution of the iconic Thruxton racer with the same ‘flat-on-the-tank’ ethos and streamlined sports silhouette. Crafted with styling cues from classic Thurxton’s of the late ’60s and featuring an incredible level of detailing, including a uniquely beautiful new Monza-style filler cap.
  • Named after the legendary 500 mile Thruxton endurance race series and the Triumphs that dominated it, and which broke the first 100mph lap at the Isle of man TT, the Bonneville ‘Thruxton’ racers inspired a generation of teenage café racers and custom special builders.
  • The Thruxton and Thruxton R are two of the five exciting motorcycles in the new Bonneville family – all with 100% authentic Bonneville character, truly modern capability and performance.