One of 350 examples built.
Silver with marble accents paint job, which Indian claims takes 25 hours of handwork to complete.
Also included are various premium accoutrements, such as a 200-watt audio system, LED headlights, billet floorboards, custom-style mirrors, wild contrast-cut wheels, and leather seats.
Shared with other premium Indians is Ride Command, an electronic nerve center positioned behind the shorty power windshield.
Its many layers of functionality include operational data such as real-time tire pressures and fuel range, GPS navigation, and Bluetooth smartphone connectivity.
All controlled by handlebar-mounted toggles and a 7-inch touchscreen. In the world of superbikes, more money often buys weight reductions from the use of exclusive production materials like magnesium, titanium, and carbon fiber.
But in the Chieftain Elite’s case, the premium MSRP goes into more premium features, bringing the claimed curb weight to 387 kgs.