2022 Indian Chief line-up teased ahead of launch

    The 2022 Chief lineup seems to be on course for a launch within the next two months.

    Published On Jun 17, 2021 02:40:00 PM


    Indian Motorcycles has teased the India launch of its 2022 Chief model range on its social media channels, hinting that the new bike will hit the market pretty soon.

    • Three of the six global models in the Chief lineup are expected to make their way to India
    • Will be powered by the Thunderstroke 116 V-twin engine
    • Bookings open, prices will start from Rs 20.75 lakh (ex-showroom, India)

    2022 Indian Chief launch teased

    We recently reported that the 2022 Indian Chief lineup would make its way to India by August, and the company’s recent social media activity seems to confirm this. The brand has teased the official India launch of the Chief range on its social media channels, indicating that it is gearing up for the imminent launch.It’s possible that Indian will launch the bikes and announce prices before the units actually arrive on our shores.

    2022 Indian Chief: engine

    Three of the six global models in the 2022 Chief lineup will make their way to India. These are the Chief Dark Horse, Chief Bobber Dark Horse, and Super Chief Limited, all of which are powered by the 1,890cc Thunderstroke 116 V-twin motor. This engine is rated at 162Nm and already does duty on the majority of the current Indian lineup in our country, whose price list is available right here.

    2022 Indian Chief: expected price

    Indian has already announced that prices for the Chief range will begin from Rs 20.75 lakh (ex-showroom, India). This price tag will belong to the Chief Dark Horse – the most affordable model of the three slated for India. If overseas pricing deltas are anything to go by, then the Chief Bobber Dark Horse should sit around the Rs 24 lakh mark and the Super Chief limited should carry a Rs 26 lakh price tag.

    In addition to the 2022 Chief models, the next couple of months will also see the reintroduction of the FTR range in India, so watch this space for more updates.



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