Somebody went off in the photo studio with the Factory Custom Thruxton, Triumph’s new ship of the line, fully encrusted with carbon fiber this, machined billet that, and basically dripping with exclusivity and the finest in suspension and exhaust bits.
Triumph Press Release:
ALL-NEW TRIUMPH FACTORY CUSTOMS
INTRODUCING THE NEW THRUXTON TFC AND CONCEPT ROCKET TFC
Exclusive, ultra-premium limited-edition models
With the 2019 launch of the all-new exclusive Triumph Factory Custom line, Triumph delivers a landmark moment for British custom design.
Every TFC model will be built to embody the pinnacle of custom Triumph design with enhanced levels performance, technology, engineering, specification and finish.
The new TFC lineup of limited edition, ultra-premium motorcycles debuts with the beautiful, more powerful, lighter and even higher specification Thruxton TFC and hints at what’s to come with the stunning concept Rocket TFC.
Custom designed, beautifully crafted models
Individually numbered, limited to 750 worldwide and never to be repeated
The pinnacle of Triumph’s design, engineering and craftsmanship
Unmatched levels of performance, specification and finish
New benchmark for quality with an exceptional level of custom detailing
Carefully crafted to be the most beautiful and desirable Triumphs ever made
Thruxton TFC – The new definitive sports classic
750 numbered and TFC-badged editions (200 US / 20 CANADA)
Increase of 10 horsepower over the Thruxton R
85 Ft-lbs of torque @ 4,850 RPM
Benchmark-setting level of specification, including:
Fully adjustable Öhlins suspension Brembo radial master cylinder and adjustable brake lever
Race-specification Metzeler Racetec RR tires
Titanium Vance & Hines silencers with carbon fiber end caps
Premium custom finish and detailing including stunning carbon fiber bodywork and billet-machined top yoke with numbered TFC plaque
Personalized TFC handover pack including a personalized book and signed letter of authentication
Availability: June, 2019
Price: $21,500 US / $23,500 CAN
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