Indian Motorcycle has introduced new parts and accessories for its FTR 1200 range, some of which are borrowed from the recently released FTR 1200 Carbon.
FTR 1200 customers can now option for high or low mounted carbon-fibre Akrapovic exhausts, a carbon-fibre headlight shroud, several new tank cover options and new billet aluminium Rizoma mirrors.
The FTR 1200 is available in three grades, priced from $20,995 rideaway for the base variant, $22,995 for the FTR 1200 S, and $26,995 for the range-topping Carbon.
As its name suggests, the FTR Carbon gains a carbon fibre front guard, headlight shroud, tank cover and passenger seat cowl, as well as a unique titanium Akrapovic exhaust system that is finished in black.
No performance changes have been made for 2020, with the FTR1200 range carrying over the 93kW/120Nm 1203cc V-twin engine.
The FTR1200 range benefits from lean-angle sensitive stability control, cruise control, traction control, wheelie control and three riding modes: Sport, Standard and Rain.
Front and centre is a 4.2-inch LED touchscreen dash with a USB fast-charge port and Bluetooth connectivity.
Indian Motorcycle is also introducing a new seat option, which can provide both heating and cooling to riders and passengers.
According to Indian, this patent-pending technology is more effective than current systems, and is innovative in that the seat is cold to the touch, rather than just pushing cool air through perforations.
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