Indian Motorcycles has unveiled its new Chieftain Limited, a bold evolution of the Chieftain line, which, according to the announcements should result in new and better models. Designers have tried to make from standard Chieftain two-wheeled device even more elegant machine. “Our goal was to evolve the award-winning Chieftain platform with new models that significantly elevate the bike’s style, while still staying true to the signature design qualities that Indian Motorcycle is known for,” said Reid Wilson, Director of Marketing for Indian Motorcycle.
Looking at the the motorcycle, the biggest changes in comparison to the standard model is a “cut” dashboard, as well as new, front (19-inches) and the last (16-inch) rim.
On the front wheel are 300 millimeter double disc brakes with four-piston calipers and Indian logo, and as a detail of style should mention the new leather seat.
There are also car ignition without a key, ABS, audio system of 100 watts, the new Command Ride infotainment touch screen (with a diagonal of 7 inches), chrome lever, adjustable to the glass, as well as cases with remote control.
“The Heart” of the machine is the same Thunder Stroke 111 unit, which delivers a solid 135 Nm of torque, and with a motorcycle is available a handful of accessories, from higher quality parts, more powerful exhaust system, a new air filter, different gear and more.