The Pan America is Harley Davidson’s foray into the adventure touring segment, and is scheduled to launch in India in June. Powering the ADV is a new 1,252cc V-twin that will push 148 horses and 127Nm
It’s been just over a month since Harley Davidson took the wraps off the all-new Pan America, and it has already been listed on the company’s India website. In fact, the official website also reveals that the Adventure Tourer will make its way to Indian shores some time in June 2021.
The American bike maker has listed both the variants of the Pan America on the official website – the Standard and the Special. The former will go on sale in two colour options – Vivid Black and River Rock Grey. In addition to Vivid Black, the Special will also be offered in Gauntlet Grey Metallic, Deadwood Green and the signature Baja Orange with the Stone washed white pearl highlights.
Mechanically, both variants will be powered by Harley’s new Revolution Max 1250 engine that is good for 148bhp and 127Nm. This engine comes paired with a six-speed transmission that is assisted by a slipper clutch. The Pan America also features a six-axis IMU with customisable riding modes, a 6.8-inch touchscreen display with Bluetooth connectivity and navigation. Other features on the Special include a semi-active front and rear suspension, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, steering dampers, adaptive headlamp, adaptive ride height, and more.
Harley Davidson has already introduced the Pan America in the Thai market where it is priced starting 8,99,000 baht (roughly Rs 21 lakh). Expect the Pan America to be priced somewhat in the same range when it lands here in June. The Pan America will compete against the likes of the might BMW R 1250 GS.