Indian Motorcycles, one of the leading cruiser bike brands in the world has launched the Indian Motorcycle Roadmaster Elite in India. The cruiser beast starts from Rs 49 Lakh (ex-showroom) and features a real 23K gold leaf bade on the fuel tank. The bike gets top of the end features like GPS, ABS, cruise control and1 more.
The Roadmaster Elite is a top of the class premium touring bike featuring high-end technology. The bike sports an 1811 CC Thunder Stroke 111 engine that produces 150 Nm worth torque. The cruiser comes with a seven-inch Indian Motorcycle Ride Command System comprising of features like Bluetooth audio, navigation, vehicle information & status and split-screen technology. Also, the Roadmaster Elite features a custom-inspired dual tone candy paint with real 23K Gold leaf badging on the tank. Now we know why does it cost whopping Rs 48 Lakhs.
However, only 300 units of Indian Motorcycle Roadmaster Elite are made out of which only 2 are allocated to India for sale and one unit of the bike is already sold. Besides high-end features, it also gets custom chrome jobs and decals on its body. The engine of the bike gets custom, gold-spun engine covers with the Indian Motorcycles logo on it. Its design is inspired by the sleek and powerful streamliner locomotives of the 1950s.
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In terms of safety, the bike gets ABS, Remote locking hard saddlebags, and a cast aluminium frame. For comfort, the bike offers keyless ignition, cruise control, push-button power windshield, and Pathfinder LED lights. Other miscellaneous features include Daytime Driving lights, passenger armrest, premium drive and passenger floorboards and a touring console. No wonder, the list goes on and on. Interestingly, The bike weighs over 400 kgs, which is quite tough to handle.
Only 1 bike is currently available now, after which, Indian Motorcycle Roadmaster Elite would not be available for sale in India. The price starts from a whopping Rs 48 Lakh (ex-showroom). However, with suave looks and proper 1950s look, the bike really looks very classy despite the high price tag.