Indian Motorcycle: 2024 Lineup

Indian Motorcycle, recognized as America’s first motorcycle brand, maintains a balance between its historic roots and contemporary advancements in its 2024 lineup. Established in 1901, the brand has established a distinct presence in the motorcycle community globally. It has a history of notable achievements in racing and engineering. Currently, under new management, Indian Motorcycle is focused on sustaining its tradition of innovation and maintaining its notable position in the motorcycle industry.

Indian Motorcycle FTR
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A New Era of Motorcycling Excellence

The 2024 lineup from Indian Motorcycle is a testament to the brand’s commitment to quality craftsmanship, world-class performance, and iconic style. This year’s range is diverse, catering to various riders’ preferences, from the sleek FTR street bike to the classic Scout and Chief cruisers, and extends to the versatile baggers and touring models like the Indian Super Chief, Springfield, Chieftain, Challenger, Roadmaster, and the Indian Pursuit.

Mike Dougherty, President of Indian Motorcycle, reflects on this journey: “We’ve expanded our lineup to meet the diverse tastes and needs of our global riding community. We’re growing share and retail volume worldwide, and the rider feedback has been incredible.”

FTR x 100% R Carbon: A Fusion of Performance and Style

In a groundbreaking collaboration with the motocross brand 100%, Indian Motorcycle unveils the limited-edition FTR x 100% R Carbon. This model is a celebration of riders who chart their own paths, blending Indian Motorcycle’s heritage with 100%’s action sports roots. The FTR x 100% R Carbon is a performance-focused machine with unique styling elements like the Blue Candy carbon fiber tank and the striking white powder-coated frame. It features a liquid-cooled V-twin engine with 120 horsepower and advanced features like a 4-Inch Touchscreen Display with RIDE COMMAND, making it a true standout.

Alongside this limited-edition model, an exclusive Indian Motorcycle x 100% apparel collection has been launched, offering lifestyle pieces for both men and women.

Indian Challenger Elite: The Ultimate American Bagger

The Indian Challenger Elite represents the pinnacle of American bagger design. Limited to just 325 units worldwide, it’s a head-turner with its Charcoal Candy paint scheme and first-class amenities. Equipped with the new PowerBand Audio system, a custom-stitched seat, and a powerful 122-horsepower PowerPlus engine, the Challenger Elite is a blend of style, comfort, and performance.

PowerBand Audio: Elevating the Audio Experience

Indian Motorcycle also introduces an upgraded PowerBand Audio system for its baggers and touring models. The system features 100-watt speakers with increased volume and clarity, enhanced by UnderGlow LED accent lighting for a custom look. The speakers are designed for durability and an immersive listening experience, effectively overcoming road and wind noise.

The 2024 Lineup: Style and Performance

The 2024 lineup promises an improved fit and finish across baggers and touring models, with new paint colors and a glossy finish on various components. The lineup signifies Indian Motorcycle’s continuous evolution, combining traditional elements with modern innovations.

A Brand Steeped in History

Since its founding in 1901, Indian Motorcycle has evolved significantly, showcasing resilience and a passion for innovation. The unveiling of its 2024 lineup marks another milestone in this evolution, reinforcing the brand’s status as a symbol of American motorcycling heritage. This enduring admiration from the global riding community is a testament to the brand’s ability to adapt and grow while staying true to its foundational values and legacy.


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Images courtesy of Indian Motorcycle.

Matt Keegan
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Matt Keegan is a journalist, media professional, and owner of this website. He has an extensive writing background and has covered the automotive sector continuously since 2004. When not driving and evaluating new vehicles, Matt enjoys spending his time outdoors.

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