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2022 Indian FTR / FTR S [Specs, Features, Photos]

2022 Indian FTR / FTR S

The 2022 Indian FTR Gets Some Notable Updates That Make It More Approachable

Since its introduction in 2019, the street-tracker Indian FTR (formerly known as the FTR 1200) has garnered a reputation for being a fun and rowdy motorcycle to ride. This year, the American manufacturer made significant updates to the platform, making the Indian FTR and the higher-spec Indian FTR S notably more friendly and civilized.

For starters, Indian Motorcycle has recalibrated the engine and throttle output for a more refined, smoother, and more predictable ride. Additionally, the company has introduced a new cylinder deactivation system that manages engine heat when the bike is idle. Other updates include adding a more universal 17-inch wheel size with Metzeler Sportec tires instead of the larger rims with knobbies on the older bike. These changes have also resulted in a lower rake, trail, suspension travel, and seat height.

Powering the Indian FTR and the FTR S is a 1,203cc liquid-cooled V-twin that produces 120 hp and 87 lb-ft of torque. Despite the changes for a more refined ride, the FTR models still offer enough performance to plaster a smile across your face and pop wheelies as you please. The FTR S gets an Akrapovic exhaust, but it brings no changes to peak output figures.

The base Indian FTR now gets fully-adjustable suspension at both ends — a feature already available on the FTR S. While both variants share their engine and most of their hardware, the FTR S comes with a few additional rider aids. It offers three riding modes (Rain, Standard, Sport), a lean-angle sensitive ABS, stability control, traction control, wheelie control, and cruise control, all of which can be controlled via a 4.3-inch digital display.

On the other hand, the base FTR only offers standard ABS, cruise control, and a digi-analog cluster. Of the two, the FTR S is the more enticing proposition. It slots itself between the base variant and more expensive models, like the FTR R Carbon, in the 2022 Indian Motorcycle portfolio.

The 2022 Indian FTR starts at $12,999 USD / $15,999 CAD.

On this page: we’ve curated specs, features, news, photos/videos, etc. so you can read up on the new 2022 Indian FTR and FTR S in one place.

2022 Indian FTR / FTR S

Motorcycle Overview

General Info

  • Price: $12,999 USD / $15,999 CAD
  • Key Features:
    • Fully-adjustable suspension at both ends
    • New Metzeler Sportec tires for better street-focused performance
    • Smoother, more refined, approachable engine calibration

Main Specs

  • Engine: 1,203cc V-twin
  • Power: 120 hp
  • Torque: 87 lb-ft
  • Wet Weight: 514 lbs (233 kg)
  • Seat Height: 30.7 in (780 mm)

2022 Indian FTR / FTR S

2022 Indian FTR / FTR S Specifications

From Indian


Engine 1203cc, Liquid Cooled V-Twin
Engine Power 120 HP
Bore x Stroke 4.016 in x 2.898 in (102 mm x 73.6 mm)
Compression Ratio 12.5:1
Fuel System Closed Loop Fuel Injection / 60 mm Bore
Starter Electric
Exhaust 2-1-2


Clutch Wet, Multi-Plate
Transmission 6 Speed
Final Drive 2.647 : 1


Suspension Front 43mm ZF Sachs Fully Adjustable Inverted Telescopic Cartidge Fork
Suspension Rear ZF Sachs Fully Adjustable Piggyback IFP
Brakes Front Brembo Dual 320mm t5 Rotor / 4 Piston Caliper
Brakes Rear Brembo Single 260mm t5 Rotor / 2 Piston Caliper
Tires Front Metzeler Sportec M9 RR 120/70ZR17 58W
Tires Rear
Metzeler Sportec M9 RR 180/55ZR17 73W
Fuel Tank Capacity 3.4 gal (12.9 L)
Color / Graphics Black Smoke


Spark Plugs
Headlight LED Headlamp
Tail Light LED Taillight


Overall Length 87.5 in (2223 mm)
Overall Width 32.7 in (830 mm)
Overall Height 51.1 in (1297 mm)
Wheelbase 60 in (1,524 mm)
Ground Clearance 6.5 in (17 cm)
Seat Height 30.7 in (780 mm)
Weight (Empty Tank / Full of Fuel)
482 lbs (218 kg) / 514 lbs (233 kg)


Warranty 2 Years, Unlimited Miles

2022 Indian FTR / FTR S

2022 Indian FTR / FTR S Features


Sportec tires and street tuned suspension provide planted cornering, agility, and agile handling.


Class-leading 87 ft-lbs of torque and 120 hp with smooth power delivery to push your heart to the back of your chest and your concerns to the back of your mind.


A new, lower seat height inspires confidence and comfort. Together with a gas tank that is strategically located under the seat, the FTR has a lower center of gravity and exceptional handling for all riders.


Make it yours with fully adjustable front suspension and piggyback rear shocks to let you tune your ride to the exact feel you want.


The modern, monochromatic matte-black paint is interrupted by bold red highlights, including the Indian Motorcycle script on the tank, pinstripes on the wheels, and a rear spring that’ll be the last thing they see as you blow by.


An inverted front suspension coupled with radially mounted dual 320 mm Brembo


An enhanced throttle feel and smooth predictable response make the bike scream without making you break a sweat, thanks to improved heat management and rear cylinder deactivation that sends the heat off your back tire — and not into you.


Light the night with style with full LED high output lighting.

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