New Indian Chief, Bobber and Super Chief are coming to India this year

New Indian Chief, Bobber and Super Chief are coming to India this year

Indian Motorcycle celebrated 100 years this year by launching the new Indian Chief lineup earlier this month. The company unveiled 2021 Indian Chief Dark Horse, Indian Chief Bobber Dark Horse and Indian Super Chief Limited. Word on the street is that all of these bikes will hit our shores this year. According to media reports, the American motorcycle manufacturer will launch the new Indian Chief range in India in the second half of 2020. But suffice it to say that the motorcycles will come at a steep price expecting them to arrive here via road. CBU (completely build). Now let’s talk about the new Indian range; the new Indian Chief Dark Horse, Bobber and Super Chief Limited are reminiscent of old-school touring bikes and promise an engaging ride. They are all equipped with a rear fender, dual exhaust and Pirelli Night Dragon tires. The Chief and Bobber feature premium gloss black finishes while the Super Chief Limited features premium chrome finishes.

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(Indian Chief)

The new Indian Chief Dark Horse adopts a minimalist style and intends to offer a stripped driving experience. Devoid of any major electronic intervention, the new Chief promises a mechanical experience for purists. 2021 Indian Chief Bobber, on the other hand, sports the vintage design highlighted by elements such as wire spoke rims, big rear tire, muscular front end and bobber seat. The bikes have a commanding riding position, thanks to the mini-ape handlebars and forward foot controls. And as for the Indian Super Chief Limited, it’s designed to take on long journeys and gets a windshield, saddlebags, traditional cruiser handlebars, full chrome exhaust and running boards.

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(Indian Bobber Chief)

The 2021 Indian Chief range is equipped with a round TFT instrument panel for all necessary readouts and smartphone connectivity for turn-by-turn navigation and telephony. The bikes also get LED lighting, keyless ignition, cruise control and three riding modes – sport, standard and tour. All three bikes are based on a steel tube frame and use a 1,890cc Thunderstroke V-twin engine that produces 162Nm of peak torque.

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(super indian chief)

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