Indian Motorcycles has unveiled a blacked-out version of the Chieftain, called the Chieftain Dark Horse. This is the second model after the Indian Chief to get the dark treatment in the Indian Motorcycle line-up.
It gets blacked-out fenders, fairing, fuel tank bags, forks, mirrors, handlebars, turn signals, tank console, engine, airbox cover, lower controls, floorboards and tail light housing.
The Chieftain Dark Horse will be offered with a solo seat and a short tinted power adjustable windscreen. The features list that will be offered as standard include tyre-pressure monitoring system, electronic cruise control, dual-riding lights, remote locking and ABS. Indian Motorcycle will also offer special slip-on exhausts and 100-watts of saddlebag lid speakers along with performance cams as a part of its customizable accessory options.