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Indian FTR 1200 S launch price Rs 15 L – Bookings at Rs 2 L

America’s First Motorcycle Company, Indian Motorcycle has announced the launch of new FTR 1200 S and FTR 1200 S Race Replica in India. The motorcycles were unveiled at the 2017 EICMA Show last year and come to India in street and racing formats; to woo buyers in the country.

With official pricing being announced, the FTR 1200 S is priced at Rs. 14.99 lakhs while the FTR 1200 S Race Replica at Rs. 15.49 lakhs, bookings are now open at company showrooms at a down payment of Rs. 2 lakhs while deliveries are slated to commence from April 2019.

FTR 1200 S and FTR 1200 S Race Replica are designed on the latest technology and promise efficient performance. The bikes get an upright riding stance allowing for better road control. Both the models receive full LED lighting, fast charge USB port and anti lock braking along with cruise control.

They are seen with a 4.3” customizable Ride Command LCD touchscreen with Bluetooth, lean angle sensitive stability control, switchable ABS and traction control along with wheelie mitigation control and three ride modes of Sport, Standard and Rain. They also receive fully adjustable front and rear suspension while color options on the FRT 1200 S includes Indian Motorcycle Red over Steel Gray, Titanium Metallic over Thunder Black Pearl and a Race-Replica paint scheme.

Inspired by the Championship Winning FTR 750 flat track race bike, the FTR 1200 S and FTR 1200 S race Replica will get their power via a 1,203cc V Twin engine offering 120 bhp power and 112.5 Nm torque mated to a 6 speed transmission. It gets Bosch stability control with 6 axis inertia sensor, selectable riding modes and the engine which comprises 80 percent new components runs at a higher compression ratio.

Indian Motorcycle will bring the FTR 1200S and FTR 1200 S Race Replica to India via the CBU route. These new motorcycles will join the other bikes in the company lineup, which are also brought into the country as CBUs.

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