Breaking News: Limited Edition Indian FTR R Carbon Officially Announced!

Breaking News: Limited Edition Indian FTR R Carbon Officially Announced!

  • Will be created in partnership with the 100% motocross brand.
  • Displayed at EICMA 2023
  • India's launch is quite doubtful.

A new limited edition FTR R model has been introduced by American two-wheeler manufacturer, Indian Motorcycles. It is branded as the FTR X 100% R Carbon and was constructed using the 100% motocross brand. Here is all we know about the bike, which was debuted at ECIMA 2023.

The new Indian FTR X 100% R Carbon shares a design similarity with the standard FTR R Carbon. On the other hand, the bodywork is covered in Blue Candy-colored carbon fiber. As a result, the front fender, fuel tank, pillion seat cowl, and headlight bezel all receive the previously stated finishing, which is emphasized by the chassis's stark white paint job. The Indian emblem on the gasoline tank, the red on the wheels, and the red accents on the bottom panel all enhance the appearance. It goes on from here. The Ohlins front forks with golden tubing, adorned in a black color scheme, are a unique feature of the new FTR X 100% R Carbon. The same care is also given to the exhaust pipes and the canister tips.

Indian FTR 1200 Right Side View

The FTR X 100% R Carbon has an identical engine to the normal bike, with the exception of the previously mentioned aesthetic highlights. This 1,203cc liquid-cooled twin-cylinder engine produces 117Nm and 121bhp. Brembo brakes on both ends are installed on 17-inch cast wheels with 180/55 tires on the back and 120/70 tires on the front.

Among its features is a four-inch TFT screen that can be connected to a smartphone. Then there's the lean angle sensitive ABS, wheelie and rear lift reduction, USB charge port, riding modes (rain, regular, and sport), traction control, stability control, and cruise control.

The FTR X 100% R Carbon will only be manufactured in 400 pieces by Indian Motorcycles. Of the total, 250 will be made available in foreign markets, with 150 going to the USA for sale. That being said, there is very little chance that it will end up in India.