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MotorcyclesNew Indian Challenger With 108 Engine Leaked From Dealers’ Meeting

18:50  01 august  2019
18:50  01 august  2019 Source:   rideapart.com

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A video captured during the Indian dealer 's meeting is making the rounds, showing the new Indian Challenger with its new Powerplus 108 engine . Man, those dealers meetings is like trying to keep the lid on Pandora’s box. We’ve been treated to a number of leaks (desired or not) captured by

A video teasing a new 2020 Indian Challenger and its liquid-cooled engine has leaked out of this past weekend’s Indian dealer meeting . The video also reveals the engine will be called the Powerplus 108 , adopting a name first used for an Indian motorcycle produced from 1916 to 1924 and re-used by

New Indian Challenger With 108 Engine Leaked From Dealers’ Meeting

A new Indian is coming.

Man, those dealers meetings is like trying to keep the lid on Pandora’s box. We’ve been treated to a number of leaks (desired or not) captured by enthusiastic dealers looking for a bit of Internet fame. While at the end of last year, the juicier sneak peeks came from Triumph, this time, we’re heading over to Indian's for a look at the all new Challenger. This time, there’s even a video!

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Leaked video from Indian Motorcycle dealer meet confirms new 2020 Indian Challenger with a liquid-cooled engine .

Indian motorcycle dealers have leaked the companies next new bike that features a 1777cc water-cooled twin-cam engine - Visordown is The capacity of the bike will be 108 cu in (1770cc) giving the new bike a claimed 120hp. The video also confirms the engine ’s name which will be the PowerPlus

We knew it was coming. In fact, back in April, the test mule of a new, fully-faired tourer was spotted out in the wild, clad in leather to try and hide the details from nosy onlookers. A moderately successful attempt considering people figured they were looking at something different. Comparing the quirky headlight design to the mule’s confirms that this is actually the same bike. The central round headlight is framed between LED brackets, a very recognizable design observed on the test mule. According to the presentation, the model will receive the name “Challenger”, a name the company trademarked in April as well.

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A reveal video of the new Indian Challenger Motorcycle has been posted and at the moment we know pretty much anything about Indian 's new water cooled

A video teasing a new 2020 Indian Challenger and its liquid-cooled engine has leaked out of this past weekend’s Indian dealer meeting . The video also reveals the engine will be called the Powerplus 108 , adopting a name first used for an Indian motorcycle produced from 1916 to 1924 and re-used by

The presentation also highlights a new engine, the Powerplus 108, the patent for which was released in March by Polaris.  According to early reports, the 108 cubic-in block (1,770cc) should be a water-cooled, 60-degree V-twin and is expected to produce 120 horsepower.

The engine was apparently a former design meant for a new Victory Cross Country—the brand Indian “replaced” when it was given the sack in 2017. With Victory gone, whatever was left one the shelves was Polaris’ to dispose of. In the case of the 108 mill, the only logical choice was to send it over to the guys at Indian. Already then, according to the person who shared that information with us, the names “Charger” and “Challenger” were being bounced around.

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