Indian have just announced a new, super limited Chieftain model for 2021. With just 1000 models being released worldwide, you'll have to get in quick to secure this special ride...

Indian Motorcycle, America’s First Motorcycle Company, today unveiled the latest in its “Elite” lineup of ultra-premium, limited edition motorcycles with the 2021 Chieftain Elite. Its limited run of only 120 worldwide make it Indian Motorcycle’s most exclusive Elite model yet.

The Chieftain Elite’s two-tone Thunder Black Vivid Crystal over Carbon Crystal paint delivers a custom aesthetic.

The Chieftain Elite’s premium two-tone Thunder Black Vivid Crystal over Carbon Crystal paint delivers a custom-inspired aesthetic. Premium finishes, such as the Thunderstroke 116’s Slate Smoke finish and color-matched badging throughout set the Chieftain Elite apart from any other bagger on the road.

“We designed the Chieftain Elite for riders who want to turn heads and stand out without sacrificing performance or comfort,” said Reid Wilson, Vice President of Indian Motorcycle. “The attention to detail and world-class craftsmanship is second-to-none, while its extreme exclusivity makes it something truly special to own and ride.”



Indian say each Chieftain Elite undergoes a meticulous paint process that takes more than 24 hours to complete by hand. From the gunmetal flake layered within the paint to the Slate Smoke engine finishes this premium bagger has a custom feel with utmost attention to detail. The Chieftain Elite’s streamlined fairing and slammed saddlebags with sharp lines and hard edges give the bike a commanding presence, while the two-up Rogue seat delivers a sleek profile.


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Lowered suspension and a 19-inch precision machined front wheel under an open front fender add to the bike’s custom-inspired design. Riders can personalise their 2021 Chieftain Elite and truly make it their own through a robust offering of authentic Indian Motorcycle accessories. For touring and comfort, riders can select from a variety of handlebars and seats, including a Low Profile Quick Release Passenger Bar and Backrest Pad, as well as a colour-matched, remote-locking trunk and colour-matched hard lower fairings with adjustable air vents.

Indian has dedicated a heap of genuine parts to fit the Chieftain and upgrade your ride to suit your riding style.

Riders looking for performance accessories can explore Indian Motorcycle’s Thunderstroke 116 Stage 1 and Stage 2 offerings. Indian say the Stage 1 Slip-On Exhaust Kit and Stage 1 Oval Slip-On Muffler Kit deepens the exhaust note while unleashing power. By pairing the Thunderstroke Stage 1 Performance Air Intake or Thunderstroke High-Flow Air Intake with the exhaust or muffler kits, riders will increase horsepower by a claimed 8 per cent.

Indian Motorcycles have said that for the ultimate in Thunderstroke performance, riders can continue their performance enhancements by adding the Thunderstroke Stage 2 Performance Cams Kit.



As standard equipment, the 2021 Chieftain Elite packs premium amenities, including full Pathfinder LED lighting, a tinted flare windshield with push-button power, spacious aluminium select floorboards and an integrated 400-watt PowerBand audio system with crystal-clear sound quality. Standard features include, ABS, keyless ignition, tyre pressure monitoring, as well as weatherproof and remote-locking saddlebags with more than 68 litres of storage.

Indian say their easy-to-use, state-of-the-art technology found throughout the 2021 Chieftain Elite delivers a next-level riding experience. Taking centre stage is Indian Motorcycle’s industry-leading, seven-inch Ride Command infotainment system. Riders can access Apple CarPlay that delivers an easier, more customised level of control for music, navigation preferences, and mobile information.

The Chieftain Elite will  go for $49,995 ride away, you’ll have to get in quick with it being available in limited numbers.

As Indian Motorcycle’s most powerful air-cooled engine, the Thunderstroke 116 delivers great performance with 171Nm of torque. Rear cylinder deactivation improves rider comfort when traversing through slower traffic, and three selectable ride modes, including Tour, Standard and Sport, allow riders to adjust the bike’s throttle response. Indian say the throttle map for each ride mode was designed with a specific application in mind, resulting in one motorcycle with three distinct personalities.

The 2021 Chieftain Elite will retail for $49,995 ride away in Australia with extremely limited numbers available. Riders can learn more at their local Indian Motorcycle dealership, by visiting the Indian motorcycles website here.


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