2024 Indian Roadmaster Elite – First Look
Only 350 to be produced, with MSRP starting at $41,999
Indian officially revealed the latest edition to its premium Elite collection, the 2024 Roadmaster Elite. Limited to a run of just 350 motorcycles, the 2024 Indian Roadmaster Elite comes in a custom paint job and numerous top tier accessories, with pricing starting at $41,999.
The Roadmaster Elite comes in a new tri-tone paint scheme, in honor of the 1904 Indian Camelback, the first model to introduce the Indian Motorcycle Red paint color. Indian partnered with Colorado-based Gunslinger Custom Paint (GCP) and Wisconsin’s Custom Painted Vehicles (CPV) to produce this paint scheme and its candy finish and Championship Gold pinstriping. All together, it takes more than 24 hours to paint each individual bike.
“With each new Elite model, we pull through custom bike trends to create something that’s not only current and relevant, but authentically aligns with the Indian Motorcycle brand and complements each model’s inherent DNA,” says Ola Stenegard, director of product design or Indian Motorcycle.
Each individual model bears Elite badging, and a uniquely numbered center console with the silhouette of the Indian Camelback.
Additionally, the 2024 Roadmaster Elite comes with a color-matched heated and cooled seat, Indian’s 12-speaker Powerband Audio system with UnderGlow custom styling, a glossy black painted dash, integrated Pathfinder auxiliary LED saddlebag lights, polished rider and passenger Headdress floorboards, a tinted windscreen, backlit handlebar switches, black passenger armrests, and 10-spoke Precision Machined wheels.
The 2024 Indian Roadmaster Elite starts at $41,999. That’s a $9,000 premium over the regular Roadmaster, but playing around Indian’s online configurator, most of those accessories will already bring the price up well over $39k, and that’s with a regular production paint job.
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