US-based off-road and all-terrain vehicles maker Polaris Industries Inc’s arm Indian Motorcycle on Wednesday unveiled the latest version of its Indian Scout Sixty luxury motorcycle here for riders of special bikes that vroom at top speed in style.
“The all-new Indian Scout Sixty shares the identical chassis, suspension, brakes of core engine, all mated with a new 60 cubic inch engine,” said Polaris India Ltd Managing Director Pankaj Dubey here on the occasion.
With easy-to-shift 5-speed transmission, the 78 horsepower engine produces a peak torque of 88.8 Newton Metre at 5,800 revolutions per minute.
Priced at Rs 12.21 lakh in Bengaluru, the 999cc new model boasts of the Motorcycle’s legendary craftsmanship, reliability and performance of its Indian Scout.
The ex-showroom price for the bikes includes 45 per cent levies, including 33 per cent import duty for shipping them from Lowa State in the US and other central and state taxes.
The Delhi-based Indian subsidiary of Polaris chose this tech hub as the launch pad for unveiling the new model in three colours, as Bengaluru reflects the face of modern India.