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Triumph Motorcycles on Tuesday revealed the Scrambler 1200 Steve McQueen Edition for the international market. The bike comes based on the Scrambler 1200 XE and features a slew of cosmetic enhancements to pay tribute to the Steve McQueen's Triumph TR6 in the Hollywood movie - ‘The Great Escape’.

The bike will have a limited production run of just 1,000 units and a few units will also be made available in India.

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Each unit of this limited-edition Triumph will feature a unique number on the billet aluminum handlebar bearing Steve McQueen’s signature. Also, the Competition Green colour on the tank featuring hand-painted gold lining and retro Triumph brand logo will make it even more special. It will feature a premium brown bench seat, with stitched ribbing and Triumph branding for added touch of style and elegance. The standard high-raised forks and an engine guard along with an aluminum radiator guard will lend it an intimidating appeal.

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Being based on the standard Scrambler 1200 XE, it will feature the same 1200 cc, parallel-twin motor which delivers 89 PS of power at 7,400 rpm. This power is backed-up by 110 Nm (81.1 LB-FT) at 3,950 rpm of peak torque. The transmission option includes a six-speed gearbox. There is also an extensive set of electronic riding aids and features. The feature list includes the company's latest generation ride-by-wire throttle, riding modes, traction control and ABS for enhanced safety.