Indian Motorcycle recently listed the FTR 1200 Carbon on the official website suggesting that it will be launched in the country soon. Before it makes its debut, here are all the details of the FTR 1200 Carbon along with images for you to ogle at.
The FTR 1200 Carbon, like its name ,suggests, is based on the FTR 1200 S which is available in India at Rs 16.15 lakh, although with carbon-fibre components.
And the motorcycle has carbon fibre on nearly every part of its bodywork. It gets a headlamp cowl made from the material that covers the FTR 1200’s full-LED headlamp.
While the graphics on the tank are similar to the standard version, the tank itself is made from carbon fibre. It also features a plate that reminds you it is the Indian FTR 1200 Carbon.
Well, Indian Motorcycle has even fitted the FTR 1200 Carbon with a pillion seat cowl as standard that is made from…carbon fiber. Surprisingly, even with all of the carbon fiber, the motorcycle weighs heavier than the base model.
The motorcycle also comes with dual Akrapovic canisters. While Indian Motorcycle hasn’t revealed the power figure of the FTR 1200 Carbon, the torque figure stands at 120Nm; an increase of 3Nm as compared to the standard version.
In terms of features, the FTR 1200 Carbon similar to the ‘S’ and comes with a 4.3-inch TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity. It also gets three ride modes; Sport, Standard, and Rain along with a traction control system, lean-sensitive stability control system, and wheelie control.
It runs on a 19-inch front wheel and 18-inch rear wheel wrapped in dual-sport rubber, same as the other FTR 1200 S. It even has the same suspension setup and a pair of 320mm discs up front. However, the Carbon receives a smaller 260mm rear disc instead of the 265mm unit on the other variants.