Indian FTR range is updated for 2023. Indian Motorcyles launched a new FTR trim, the FTR Sport, replacing the FTR S and sits just below the premium FTR R Carbon.
The FTR Sport is a more aggressive variant of the standard FTR with a number plate, chin fairing, and seat cowl designed for riders who want to let loose and enjoy the sport of motorcycling. The revised tank panel design of the FTR Sport is offered in two color schemes: either Black Metallic with Indy Red accents or White Lightning with Indy Red and Black Metallic accents. The FTR is a true American original, offering a fresh take on American V-twin performance and a distinctive, imposing aesthetic.
The entire FTR lineup is now equipped with a 101 mm touchscreen display, ride modes (Sport, Standard, and Rain), Lean Angle Sensitive Stability Control, and ABS. All four FTR models have been updated with a new sport exhaust muffler and a retuned front braking system. Additionally, the speedometer was relocated for easy visibility, and a new clutch was installed for enhanced feel and performance.
The 1,203cc V-twin engine produces 120 horsepower and 118 Nm of peak torque. The FTR Rally has 19 and 18-inch spoked wheels wrapped on knobby tires and is offered in new Black Smoke paint with a Desert Earth frame and the Indian Motorcycle Headdress badge embossed on the tank.
FTR R Carbon features carbon fibre components, premium seat, fully adjustable Öhlins gold front forks and a gold piggyback shock. The iconic Indian Script logo tank panels are exclusive to the FTR R Carbon, which is finished with classy Cloud Silver and Championship Gold pinstriping.
Metallic Black with Lifted Lime branding and matching rear shock is available for the entry-level FTR, as is Stealth Gray with Orange Burst branding, rear shock, and wheels.