Indian Motorcycles has unveiled a blacked-out version of Indian Chieftain dubbed Chieftain Dark Horse, expanding its product portfolio. Indian Chieftain Dark Horse, which is also expected to make its India debut sometime later, is the second model in Indian Motorcycles' range to get the darkened version after the Indian Chieftain.
The new Chieftain Dark Horse, which is almost similar to the Indian Chieftain, gets darker tank console, blacked out headdress, and fuel tank finished in matte black. As the name indicates, most of the features of the Indian Chieftain comes donned in black shade and in addition to this, there are also optional accessories offered in black. It gets 119mm telescopic front fork and single shock suspension at the rear.
It measures 2,571mm in length, 1,388mm in height, 1,000mm in width and has a wheelbase of 1,668mm and ground clearance of 142mm. It gets features like ABS, cast aluminium frame with integrated air-box, cruise control, keyless start, power windshield and 100 watt stereo with AM/FM bluetooth and smartphone compatible input as standard. Other features include fairing mounted instrument cluster featuring electronic speedometer, tachometer, and fuel gauge with odometer black hanger handlebar, black fender and saddlebag.
Earlier in March, Indian Motorcycles revealed the new Springfield cruiser motorcycle, which has been named after the birthplace of Indian Motorcycle. The Springfield is powered by a Thunder Stroke 1,811cc V-twin engine that can churn out 139Nm of peak torque at 3,000rpm.