Milwaukee has its top-shelf, exclusive CVO series to represent the pinnacle of Harley's technological, aesthetic, and luxury offerings, and it looks like Triumph is poised to jump on that same high-end business model. With the 2019 launch of Hinckley's all-new line of exclusive customs, you can now say hello to Triumph Factory Customs, which the Brits claim is a "landmark moment for British custom design."

So far the new TFC lineup of limited-edition, ultra-premium motorcycles consists of just one bike: the slick, more powerful, and higher-spec Thruxton TFC, which will be available in June 2019. But Triumph has dangled an even bigger carrot with a few images of the eye-popping concept Rocket TFC, for which we’ll see details and info when it launches on May 1.

Thruxton TFC
The Thruxton TFC is the first production model for Triumph’s all-new Triumph Factory Custom series. Only 750 units will be made (and just 200 of them destined for the US market).Courtesy of Triumph

The custom-designed TFC models claim to offer boosted levels of performance, engineering, detail and finish, a boast that’s at least partially confirmed by these shots of the Thruxton TFC—a model that’ll be limited to 750 numbered and TFC-badged editions worldwide (and which will never be repeated). This first production TFC model sets the tone with an increase of 10 hp over the Thruxton R (for a claimed 107 hp) and a higher output of 85 foot-pounds of torque at 4,850 rpm, along with a lighter curb weight—11 pounds less—to boot. Other premium bits include fully adjustable Öhlins suspension front and rear, twin floating Brembo front discs with four-piston radial calipers and an adjustable brake lever, race-spec Metzeler Racetec RR tires, and titanium Vance & Hines silencers with carbon-fiber end caps.

Thruxton TFC
All-LED lighting leads the charge on the Thruxton TFC, along with fully adjustable suspension front and rear, and, of course, carbon-fiber bodywork, to name just a few high-end parts.Courtesy of Triumph

Upgraded tech makes its mark on the Thruxton TFC too, with the latest-generation ride by wire offering three enhanced riding modes (Rain, Road, and Sport), that can now adjust throttle map, ABS, and traction control settings so riders can dial in their own preference. A torque-assist clutch ups comfort by way of reduced lever effort, while the USB charging socket serves up convenience. An engine immobilizer comes standard on the Thruxton TFC, with a transponder incorporated into the new gold badged key. It’s all wrapped in a premium custom finish with super-fine detailing that includes slick carbon-fiber bodywork and a billet-machined top yoke with numbered TFC plaque.The bike will retail for $21,500.

Rocket TFC
Triumph didn’t give us much more than this pic of the concept Rocket TFC to stoke the anticipation, but that’s doing the job—for now, anyway.Courtesy of Triumph

Meanwhile, Triumph has released almost no details on the concept Rocket TFC to come, but a look at the few amazing photos it provided still has us drooling. The Brits say more info and specifications—and a launch—of the Rocket are coming on May 1, 2019.

If it’s anything like its predecessor, the Rocket TFC is sure to be a stunner. The original envelope-destroying Rocket III pile-drove its way into the cruiser arena back in 2004, unleashing more muscle, presence, and power than any of its competitors. Fifteen years later, we’re waiting with bated breath for the new ultra-premium Triumph Factory Custom Rocket, which the company says will sport “an incredible array of custom details, premium finishes, and beautiful practical touches…with world-beating performance…and muscular presence.“ Like we said, few details. But we’re still stoked.