Here’re the top 5 things that you need to know about Indian FTR 1200S motorcycle.
Indian Motorcycle recently made entry into the flat tracker category in India by launching its FTR 1200 S and FTR 1200 RR at staggering prices of Rs 15.99 lakh and Rs 17.99 lakh (ex-showroom, India), respectively. The American brand has been gradually establishing its footprints in the Indian bike industry and the launch of such models is a testament of its confidence. Bookings for the same have already commenced at an upfront amount of Rs 2 lakh. Without any further ado, let’s get straight to know the top five elements of these flat trackers that you should know. Here you go.
Ensuring you remain grounded and enjoy the flat tracker ride, the Indian FTR 1200 S uses a host of electric bits such as wheelie control, ride by wire, 3 rider modes (Sport, Standard & Rain), Six-axis IMU, traction control, slip-and-assist clutch and cornering ABS (Anti-lock Braking System).
It uses the potent 1203cc motor which puts out insane power figures of 120 bhp and 112.5Nm of max torque. With that capacity, it sits above the Scout which has a 1133cc engine.
Suspension & Brakes
To keep you planted even on rough roads, the Indian FTR 1200 S motorcycle comes with fully adjustable 43mm cartridge USD fork at the front while the rear gets piggyback monoshock, which is again fully adjustable. With respect to brakes, it is equipped with a Brembo 320mm disc with four-piston calipers at the front whereas at rear, a 260mm disc with a dual-piston caliper does the duties.
The motorcycle comes with an array of features like Lean Angle Sensitive Stability Control, Bosch Stability Control with 6-axis Inertial Sensor, 4.3 inches touchscreen LCD display and painted headlight Nacelle. The touchscreen comes with music sync, phone sync, USB fast charger + data link.
The new Indian FTR 1200 S comes in three shades – Race Replica, Titanium Metallic Over Thunder Black Pearl and Indian Motorcycle Red Over steel Grey.
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