US motorcycle brand Indian Motorcycle will be rolling out their new and
advanced 2021 lineup of motorcycles to be available in India shortly.
has also added Scout Bobber Twenty, Roadmaster Limited and Vintage Dark Horse
to the India portfolio. These motorcycles will be equipped with next-level
technology and a robust suite of new accessories options for the customer to
personalise his/her ride.
Motorcycle 2021 enhancements and new offerings span across its Thunderstroke,
PowerPlus and Scout lineups. The models featuring in the lineup from the Scout
family will be Indian Scout, Indian Scout Bobber, & Indian Scout Bobber
Twenty. The cruiser segment will feature Indian Chief Vintage and Indian Chief
Vintage Dark Horse. The bagger segment includes Indian Springfield, Indian
Springfield Dark Horse, Indian Chieftain Limited& Indian Chieftain Dark
Horse. The touring segment will get Indian Roadmaster, Indian Roadmaster
Limited & Indian Roadmaster Dark Horse. The Challenger series and champion
FTR 1200 S will also be featured in the lineup.
year’s 2021 Scout lineup receives a refresh with new paint colours – further
enhancing the iconic style and lines of the motorcycle. Colours like Stealth
Gray on the Scout Bobber Twenty and Maroon Metallic Smoke on the Scout Bobber
add to the aggressive, low profile look that riders love with Scout Bobber
significant upgrades in 2021, the Roadmaster lineup gets Apple CarPlay as a
standard feature, while Roadmaster Limited and Roadmaster Dark Horse models
feature Indian Motorcycle’s all-new Clima Command Rogue heated and cooled seat
with Ride Command integration.
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