The 2016 Triumph Bonneville T120 is a new generation production run of the 1959 to 1975 Bonneville T120, and has been developed with a new 1200cc engine, as well as modern day amenities to make it part of Triumph's "Modern Classics" range.
Originally built from 1959 to 1975, it was fitted with a 649cc engine and quickly became the basis for various Triumph bikes, with the T140 in 1973 and the 790 in 2000.
It was primarily aimed at the North American market, and the name Bonneville was chosen following Johnny Allen's multiple world speed records at the Bonnville Salt Flats with a Triumph-engineered Texas Cougar.
With the introduction of the "Modern Classics" range by Triumph in 2015, with the T120 being included of the six model lineup.
Production began in late 2015, with models being fitted with LCD lights alongside analogue dials and heated grips, it went on sale as capable and powerful recreation of a classic.
Need for Speed: Heat
The Bonneville T120 can be found in the game files of Need for Speed: Heat, with various meshes, textures, and configuration assets present.