The entry-level Indian Scout Sixty is now available in a dual-tone paint scheme in the European market.
Indian Motorcycle has launched the Scout Sixty in a two-tone colour scheme. As per the company, this is the first time the motorcycle is being offered in a dual-tone scheme, so, of course, it’s a bit of an occasion. Currently, the Indian Scout Sixty dual-tone is only available for sale in European markets, but we expect it to arrive on our shores in the near future.
Thus far, the Indian Scout Sixty was only available in red, black and white colour options. However, now you have an all-new option to choose from, which is called Star Silver/Thunder Black. Along with the dual-tone scheme, the new shade also brings gold piping on the fuel tank, says the company.
Mechanically, the Indian Scout Sixty two-tone is untouched from the regular version. The Scout Sixty, as its name also suggests, is powered by a 60 cubic inch (999cc) engine that produces 78bhp and 88.8Nm of peak torque. The engine is paired to a 5-speed gearbox, and power is sent to the rear wheel via a belt-drive mechanism.
The Scout Sixty is the entry-level ticket to the Indian range across the world. In India, the sports cruiser is priced at Rs 11.99 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). Expect the dual-tone version to command a slight premium over the regular model upon launch in India.
Commenting on the launch, Grant Bester, general manager of Indian Motorcycle in Europe, Middle East and Africa said: “We’re super happy with how Scout Sixty has been received in Europe, so adding this new two-tone scheme will only make this model even more appealing. Last year we invested heavily in a new paint facility in Spearfish, South Dakota and the result of that means Indian can produce incredible colours and finishes, not only on Scout Sixty but across the entire line-up.”
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