Indian FTR 1200: A Power-Packed Motorcycle Unveiling Soon!

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19th December 2023: A highly anticipated event in the automotive world is the upcoming launch of the Indian FTR 1200 in the Indian market to mark the New Year. Initially showcased at the EICMA show in Italy, this motorcycle boasts a distinctive riding bike appearance, fueling excitement among motorcycle enthusiasts. The Indian FTR 1200 is poised to make its debut in the 1,203 cc segment, building anticipation for its arrival.

Regarding the launch details, the company remains tight-lipped, gradually advancing the launch date without disclosing specific information. Bike experts predict that the Indian FTR 1200 is likely to hit the Indian market sometime between December 31, 2023, and 2024.

As for the pricing aspect, the company has yet to reveal the official price of the Indian FTR 1200. However, industry experts speculate that it could fall within the range of Rs 16,30,000 to Rs 16,50,000.

Spy images of the Indian FTR 1200 have surfaced, showcasing its remarkable aesthetics during testing. The bike is expected to resemble the Indian FTR, featuring a small fly screen, tan leather seat, and a distinctive titanium smoke paint finish.

The Indian FTR 1200 is anticipated to come equipped with an array of features, including an LCD globe touch screen, digital instrument console, Bluetooth connectivity, navigation system, USB charging slot, cruise control, and various display elements such as speedometer, digital odometer, digital tachometer, stability control, wheelie control real-life, LED headlight, and LED tail light.

Under the hood, the motorcycle will house a robust 1,203 cc BS6 Phase 2 engine coupled with a 6-speed gearbox, producing an impressive 124.7 PS with 120 Nm torque @ 6000 rpm. Experts estimate a top speed of 150 kmph for the Indian FTR 1200.

In terms of hardware and suspension, the bike is rumored to feature a 120mm fully adjustable inverted telescopic suspension at the front and an Ohlins fully adjustable piggyback suspension at the rear. The inclusion of disc brakes on both sides positions the Indian FTR 1200 in competition with bikes like Aprilia Tuono V4 and Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R in the Indian market.