Indian Motorcycles has torn the covers off its new FTR1200 Carbon, adding a number of aesthetic touches inspired by the FTR750 flat track racer.
The Carbon, as its name suggests, 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.
Also distinguishing the Carbon is a branded centre console plate.
At time of writing, it has yet to be confirmed for the Australian market, however, it will likely be produced in limited numbers.
No performance changes have been made, with the FTR1200 carrying over the 93kW/120Nm 1203cc V-twin engine.
The FTR1200 range benifits 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.
In Australia, the current FTR1200 is priced from $19,995 rideaway, while the higher spec FTR1200S checks in from $22,995.
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