Indian Motorcycle® Introduces 2018 Limited-Edition Chieftain® Elite with One-of-a-Kind Black Hills Silver Paint

Indian Motorcycle®, America’s First Motorcycle Company today launched it’s new ultra-premium bagger, the 2018 Chieftain Elite . This limited-edition bagger pairs custom-inspired paint that’s completed by hand with top-of-the-line amenities for the rider who demands the best of the best. With only 350 produced worldwide, this limited edition custom-inspired masterpiece is loaded with premium features.

Indian Motorcycle meticulously thought through the design to ensure every line, texture and material complemented the contours of this aggressive platform. The focal point of this bagger is the stunning, specialty paint featuring high-flake Black Hills Silver. As the name suggests, this paint was inspired by the silver mines in the Black Hills of South Dakota, which is near Indian Motorcycle’s custom paint facility in Spearfish, SD. A team of Indian Motorcycle experts mask the bodywork, lay the graphics, and hand-spray each Chieftain Elite. Each bike takes nearly 25 hours due to the time-intensive, painstaking processes that are completed by hand. Incredibly, no two bikes will look the samedue to the level of human touch involved. There’s no question that this bold, one-of-a-kind bike will stand out in any crowd.

The Indian® Chieftain® Elite is priced at INR 38,00,000 (Ex-Showroom). The industry-leading seven-inch Indian Motorcycle® Ride Command® System is standard and has technology features like Bluetooth audio, navigation, vehicle information & status and split-screen technology to customize the display to focus on the details essential for riders.

In a glittering ceremony, Mr. Pankaj Dubey, Managing Director and Country Head, Polaris India Pvt. Ltd., said “The Indian® Chieftain® Elite is a limited edition product for the riders who demand the best of the best. This bike was born to turn heads and provide an unmatched riding experience with all of the premium amenities with an outstanding hand paint job using high-flake Black Hills Silver .”

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