All you need to know about the Indian FTR1200 unveiled at Intermot 2018

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What is it?

The Indian FTR1200 is finally unveiled at the Intermot 2018 and is the also the first non-cruiser motorcycle in the Indian line-up. Thank the brand for bringing the FTR1200 with all the eye catching elements as seen on the concept.


Engine


Powered by a 1203cc v-twin which makes 120hp of peak power and 115Nm of torque, the engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox with slip assist clutch. The engine is said to be lighter than the Scout’s engine and altogether dry weight is at 222kg for this non-cruiser motorcycle. We can’t expect light weight roadsters from a cruiser motorcycle manufacturing company though which builds bikes as strong as a tank.



Variants & Colours


Two variants are available in the FTR1200 where the S variant gets a couple of performance parts over the standard bike.


StandardModel

S Variant

Analogue LCD single clock
Sachs suspension with no adjustment for the fork available
Rear shock had adjustable preload and rebound settings
Available in just one colour
No riding modes
ABS cannot be switched off
4.3-inch full-colour TFT screen (allows you to personalise the screen style)
Three riding modes (Sport, Standard and Rain)
Traction control and anti-wheelie settings
Bosch cornering ABS is switchable
Smartphone connectable through Bluetooth
S variant also gets an IMU-powered traction control system (with stability control and wheelie control)
Fully adjustable Sachs suspension


The FTR 1200 will be available in Thunder Black, while the ‘S’ variant gets option of Red over Steel Grey, Titanium Metallic over Thunder Black Pearl, and a Race-Replica paint scheme, matching the FTR750 race bike.


Specifications

Price INR 12 Lakh (Approx)
Engine Liquid-cooled, DOHC V-twin
Displacement 1,203cc
Power 120.0 hp @ 8,250 rpm
Torque 115Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Transmission 6-speed
Seat Height 80.5cm
Front Suspension 43mm, fully adjustable; 5.9-in. travel
Rear Suspension Preload and rebound adjustment/fully adjustable; 5.9-in. travel
Fuel Capacity 12.8 litres
Wheelbase 1524mm
Claimed Dry Weight 222kg

 

  

 

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