Indian PowerPlus Engine: Nostalgia Meets Power and Performance

Oct 23, 2019 View Comments by

Indian’s new V-twin PowerPlus motor, named after one of the company’s first-ever motorcycles (1916-1924), blends a touch of nostalgia with power and performance. This 108-cubic inch engine delivers 122 hp and 128 lb-ft of torque and is designed for easy maintenance and reliability. 

To put its performance to the test, the engine went through more than a million miles of rigorous simulated testing, as well as 250,000 on-road miles. The 6-speed transmission and true overdrive capabilities reduce rider effort and offer three modes—Rain, Standard, and Sport—which allow for customized throttle mappings and traction control settings.

The all-new engine will be available in the Challenger, the newest addition to the Indian lineup—releasing in 6 days! Expect a full review in an upcoming issue of RoadRUNNER, where we’ll give you the low-down on all the details, and most importantly, an honest report of how it performs on the road!

For more information, visit Indian Motorcycle.

Indian's new PowerPlus Engine





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