INTERMOT 2014 Live – 2015 Indian Scout, Chieftain, Chief Vintage and Roadmaster
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2015 models get updated color options.
The 2015 models of the Indian Scout, Chief and the Road Master are greeting the showgoers at the INTERMOT 2014 in Cologne, Germany.
2015 Indian Scout
The 2015 Indian Scout is the most affordable motorcycle from the legendary American motorcycle brand. The traditional cruiser with an optimum blend of modern and classic elements is powered by a 1,131 cc V-Twin engine pushing out 100 PS and 97.7 Nm of torque, mated to a 6-speed transmission.
The 2015 Indian Scout is available in four color options – Red, Thunder Black, Thunder Black Smoke and Silver Smoke. Bookings are open in India with deliveries expected to commence later in the year. The motorcycle is priced at INR 11.99 lakhs.
2015 Indian Chieftain
Unveiled at this year’s Sturgis motorcycle rally, the 2015 Indian Chieftain flaunts a dual-tone paint finish. The imposing cruiser is characterized by a prominent fairing which houses driving lights and a power adjustable windshield. Other highlights include an audio system, a massive front mudguard and color coordinated hard saddle bags.
Power comes from a 1,811 cc ThundercStroke 111 V-twin engine which is mated to a 6-speed transmission to develop 139 Nm of torque.
2015 Indian Chief Vintage
The 2015 Chief Vintage also sports dual-tone livery. The cruiser can be identified by a large removable windshield, triple lights and classic desert tan leather seats and saddle bags. Keyless ignition and dual silencers with a beautifully designed fin-like tips are the highlights of the Chief Vintage.
The Thunder Storke 111 engine of the Chieftain is carried over as it is.
2015 Indian Roadmaster
The Indian Roadmster is the flagship tourer of the brand. The behemoth gets a front fairing similar to that of the Chieftain but can be identified from its relatively smaller sibling by its body colored fenders and an all-weather storage compartment aft the pillion seat.
An elaborate equipment list includes powered windshield, keyless ignition, pathfinder LED lights, heated seats and grips, desert tan seats, hard saddle bags and keyless ignition.
The same 139 Nm Thunder Stroke 111 V-twin engine propels the full-sized cruiser.