James Bond 007 Triumph Scrambler 1200 Auctioned as NFT on Veve
The digital version of the Triumph Scrambler 1200 is being auctioned off as NFT by James Bond and Triumph Motorcycles.
The series returned to the big screen for its twenty-fifth adaptation of "No Time to Die" the previous year. As expected, the action-packed scenes were complemented by premium vehicles like motorcycles.
The Triumph Scrambler 1200 was featured in the film's main action scenes. When James Bond saw himself being attacked by SPECTER agents in Italy, the main stage began. He took the leader's motorcycle, a Triumph Scrambler 1200, and knocked him out. The incredible 1: 1 animated digital collectible with added sound was inspired by this motorcycle.
Anyone with a VeVe app could purchase this official Triumph Scrambler 1200 NFT and display it in their in-app showroom. 9,007 NFTs will be up for sale On VeVe's mobile NFT marketplace. According to current estimates, minting a digital Triumph motorcycle will cost 165 VeVe gems (about $85).
NFT owners will have access to exclusive audio recordings in addition to a complete 3D reproduction of 007's motorcycle. You may utilize augmented reality to enjoy your digitized Triumph Scrambler 1200, just like other NFTs on VeVe's platform.
Triumph was commissioned by MGM to create the Scrambler 1200 for stunt scenes in the most current James Bond film. Triumph designed the Tiger 900, along with the Scrambler 1200, for unforgettable action sequences in "No Time To Die."
MGM Studios and EON Productions, the producers of James Bond, announced an official partnership with VeVe before the release of "No Time To Die" in 2021. Since then, VeVe has released a number of 007-themed NFTs in conjunction with the 25th Bond film.