The 2023 FTR Sport joins the Indian Motorcycle lineup, alongside the returning FTR R Carbon, FTR Rally, and the base FTR model.
The 2023 Indian Motorcycle FTR range has a newcomer, the FTR Sport. The FTR Sport replaces the FTR S, nestled below the premium FTR R Carbon, but above the FTR and FTR Rally. The FTR Sport rolls out with bold looks that include a number plate, chin fairing, and seat cowl.
The FTR R Carbon is the premium selection of the range with its carbon fiber components, premium seat, fully adjustable Öhlins gold front forks and a gold piggyback rear shock.
Both the 2023 FTR Sport and FTR R Carbon come with a four-inch round RIDE COMMAND touchscreen display that includes turn-by-turn navigation. Both models employ three ride modes: Sport, Standard, and Rain. Other electronic ride assists include Lean Angle Sensitive Stability Control and ABS.
The Indian Script logo tank panels are exclusive to the FTR R Carbon, finished off with Cloud Silver and Championship Gold pinstriping while the FTR Sport has a new tank panel design in Black Metallic with Indy Red accents and White Lightning with Indy Red and Black Metallic accents.
There are two color options to select from for the FTR: Metallic Black, contrasted by Lifted Lime branding with matching rear shock, and Stealth Gray, featuring Orange Burst branding, rear shock and wheels.
The FTR Rally, featuring 19 and 18-inch cast wheels wrapped with knobby tires, is available in three color options: Black Smoke paint, Desert Earth frame, and the iconic Indian Motorcycle Headdress logo emblazed across the tank.
All four of the 2023 Indian Motorcycle FTR models, MSRP starting at $13,499, sport a dual exhaust muffler, a retuned front braking system, a relocated speedometer, and an improved clutch assembly
Indian Motorcycle has teamed up with Gilles Tooling to introduce nine FTR specific accessories. The range of components includes branded performance adjustable rearsets, bar end weights, an oil cap, and a radiator cap, and soon-to-be-released performance adjustable levers. Spoked wheels, rear wheel slider kits, carbon fiber exhaust heat shield, frame guard, and sprocket cover are available customization options, as well.
The FTR range is accompanied by three Indian Motorcycle Comfort+ Seats to enhance the look, feel and comfort level of your FTR: the Indian Motorcycle Logo seat, the Indian Motorcycle Headdress seat, or the solo seat with pillion.