Indian FTR X 100% R Carbon Unveiled At EICMA 2023, Only 400 Units To Be Produced; Full Details Here – Khel Ja

This limited edition motorcycle will be produced in limited quantities of just 400 units.

Indian FTR X 100% R Carbon – Design

The Indian FTR X 100% R Carbon looks quite similar to the standard FTR R Carbon while showcasing a sleek carbon fibre finish on its bodywork. This limited edition motorcycle boasts a striking Candy Blue colour scheme which is contrasted by a white trellis frame and red highlights on the belly pan, Indian logo and alloy wheels. Adding to its exclusivity, the bike features ‘Indian Motorcycle x 100%’ branding throughout, making it more distinctive and eye-catching. The limited edition FTR X 100% R Carbon features blacked-out Ohlins front forks with distinctive golden tubes. It also features gold-finished exhaust pipes and canister tips.

Indian FTR X 100% R Carbon – Engine

Talking about the engine specs of the FTR X 100% R Carbon, it is powered by a 1,203 cc V-Twin, liquid-cooled engine that is tuned to churn a power output of 121 bhp and 117 Nm of peak torque. This engine is paired to a 6-speed gearbox. Braking responsibilities are taken care of by Brembo brakes while sitting on 17-inch cast alloy wheels wrapped in Metzeler tyres.

Indian FTR X 100% R Carbon – Features

The technological features onboard the FTR X 100% R Carbon include a 4-inch TFT screen that also offers connectivity with smartphones. It boasts three distinct riding modes-Rain, Standard, and Sport. Safety features on the FTR X 100% R Carbon are lean-sensitive ABS, stability control, traction control, wheelie and rear lift mitigation. It also gets USB charging and cruise control functionality.

Indian FTR X 100% R Carbon – India Arrival

In a limited production run of 400 units, the Indian FTR X 100% R Carbon has allocated 150 units exclusively for the US market with the remaining units being sold in other global markets. The Indian FTR is already available in India but the arrival of the FTR X 100% R Carbon in the Indian market remains uncertain, and if it does happen, it’s likely to be in extremely limited quantities.

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