Triumph has released a new teaser video, which gives more details about the upcoming flagship scrambler model
Triumph is going to introduce Scrambler 1200 on October 24. The company has released a new teaser video, which gives more details about the upcoming flagship scrambler model. The 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 gets round full LED headlamp with signature Triumph logo in the middle along with new golden colour upside down forks at front.
The Scrambler 1200 comes with 19-inch spoke wheels at the front and 17-inch wheels at rear, we can expect these tyres to be focused towards off-roading. The handlebar is placed higher like adventure bikes and the company has given hand guards also. From the teaser video, we can confirm that Scrambler 1200 gets TFT instrument cluster.
The advanced meter console might come with features like Bluetooth pairing for your phone and most of the controls of Scrambler can be controlled from here. The fuel tank appears to be bigger compared to the smaller one on Scrambler and the company has given single piece seat with good cushioning for both rider and pillion.
The footpegs are placed slightly forward as Triumph want to give a comfortable riding position. The Scrambler 1200 get exhaust on either side of the seat as it will help the bike to tackle off-roading. The rear fender is placed slightly higher and the adventure bike gets LED tail lamp.
According to earlier reports, Triumph might introduce two variants of Scrambler 1200 – regular model and R variant, which comes with a fully adjustable Ohlins suspension, which is tuned for hardcore off-roading and massive Brembo brakes. Triumph has also given 200 mm of ground clearance.
The company is yet to confirm the power output as it is powered by new 1200 cc, parallel twin cylinder engine from Bonneville and it might produce 96 hp of power and 112 Nm of torque. This engine will be mated to a new 6-speed gearbox. We can expect the Scrambler 1200 to be packed with lots of safety features like various traction level, ABS, engine control and more.