Triumph has unveiled the Bonneville Speedmaster at the 2017 edition of the India Bike Week. The Speedmaster is a cruiser version of the Bonneville Bobber. It uses the same 'High Torque' engine as the Bobber, which produces 76bhp and 106Nm from a 1200cc liquid-cooled parallel twin.
It shares a lot of components with the Bonneville Bobber, like the rear suspension that makes it look like it is a hardtail. However, the fuel tank is now increased to 12 litres. The wheels are also different, both being 16-inch spoke affairs with tyres more reminiscent of the bobber style.
There is currently no word from the company as to when the Speedmaster will be launched, or how much it will retail for, but we can reasonably expect it sooner rather than later, and it will compete with the Harley-Davidson 1200 Custom.