If you happened to visit the London Art Museum yesterday, the sleek Triumph Trident Prototype was a nice surprise. This 3rd generation model is set to hit showrooms in Spring 2021, sporting an all-white paint job with a roadster design, short exhaust, muscular body and sleek lines. You can see cues from the Street Triple, but this prototype model does not reveal what materials were used. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
The original Triumph Trident, released in 1968, debuted the motorcycle maker’s first three-cylinder engine alongside the BSA Rocket 3. Unfortunately, 1975 came along, and the bike was no more due to Triumph falling into financial trouble. Fast forward to 1990 and John Bloor acquired the Triumph brand and brought the Trident name back.
- A representation of the famous Ducati Panigale V4 R to build, explore and display; LEGO Technic fans and motorcycle enthusiasts will love this stunning building challenge
- Build your own Ducati Panigale V4 R to gain a unique insight into the features and functions that make up this iconic motorcycle; Also includes a 2-speed gear-box – a first for LEGO Technic motorcycles
- Recreate the thrill of owning a Ducati Panigale V4 R, with front and rear suspension for realistic model movement; The classic red color scheme brings the motorcycle to life, with true Italian flair
- This is a be great gift choice and a super challenge for LEGO Technic fans aged 10+ who will get a thrill from seeing how a motorcycle works
- This eye-catching model (42107) looks stunning on display; Its dimensions have been designed to give a true representation of the real-life model, Measures over 12” (32cm) long, 6” (16cm) high and 3” (8cm) wide
The Trident design prototype marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for Triumph, where the brief was all about fun, from the look to the ride. With its pure minimalist form, clean lines, Triumph design DNA and more than a hint of our Speed Triple’s muscular poise, this gives the first exciting glimpse at the full Trident story to come. Ultimately our aim was to bring a new take on character and style, alongside the accessible easy handling and quality Triumph is known for – at a price that’s really competitive,” said Steve Sargent, Triumph Chief Product Officer.