Indian Motorcycle has revealed limited edition 'Elite' baggers across the world.

Indian Motorcycle, America's First Motorcycle Company, today announced two new limited-edition baggers in its premium "Elite" class, the 2022 Indian Challenger Elite and 2022 Chieftain Elite.

The Indian Challenger Elite is priced at United States Dollar (USD) 34,999, while the Chieftain Elite is priced at USD 32,999. According to a business statement, both versions will begin delivering to dealers this month.

"We left no stone unturned when developing our new Elite baggers, from factory-custom features to premium comforts and innovative ride-enhancing technologies. Whether you favor the Indian Challenger's liquid-cooled power and performance, or the Chieftain's more organic growl and unrivaled air-cooled power, these two Elites transcend all platforms with exquisite custom-inspired design features direct from the manufacturer." stated Aaron Jax, Vice President, Indian Motorcycle.

Elite Indian Challenger

The Indian Challenger Elite makes its debut in 2022, with just 200 available globally.

The 108 cubic-inch PowerPlus engine lies at the core of the Indian Challenger Elite. The motorcycles have amazing V-twin performance with 122 horsepower and 128 ft-lbs of torque.

The motorbike has three riding modes: Rain, Standard, and Sport, resulting in a single machine with three separate performance characteristics. Each riding mode has its own separate traction control setting to correspond with the throttle mapping for that mode.

The Stealth Gray and Black Metallic paint with Indy Red accents on the Challenger Elite screams American muscle. The bike's performance-inspired style is completed with a red-stitched seat and color-matched Elite badging.

Elite Chieftain

The Chieftain Elite is extremely rare, with only 150 available worldwide.

The Chieftain Elite has an air-cooled engine, the Thunderstroke 116, that produces 126 ft-lbs of torque. The bike includes three ride modes: Tour, Standard, and Sport, which let users to tailor the throttle response to their preferred riding style.

The Heavy Metal Smoke paint of the Chieftain Elite is accented by superior bronze finishes on the tank's Indian Motorcycle helmet, saddlebag latches, center console, main cover, and airbox. Straight from the factory, oil-rubbed bronze finishes on the engine's push rod tubes, horn cover, and cam cover elevate the Chieftain Elite's appearance to an altogether new level.

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