This is the new Indian Chieftain Dark Horse; a de-chromed and blacked out version of the massive bagger first launched in 2014.
The formula for this new version of the 1811cc water-cooled V-twin follows that of the Chief Dark Horse where almost all of the chromed parts are kept black for a meaner look. On this occasion the bike has the hard bags of the existing Chieftain model.
The new Chieftain Dark Horse comes as standard with a single seat and short, tinted power windscreen, keeps the remote-locking hard bags, ABS, electronic cruise control, tyre pressure monitoring system, audio with AM/FM and Bluetooth and a smartphone input and a remote key fob with keyless ignition.
The dark parts include the mudguards, fairing, fuel tank and bags, the Indian Motorcycle headdress, forks, mirrors, handlebars, switchgear, indicators, tank instruments, engine and airbox cover, footboards and rear light housing are also blacked out.
The Uk price is set at £19,599 which is £1000 less than the existing Chieftain.