Harley-Davidson recently unveiled the Road King Special in the US. The highlight of the new Road King Special is that it now comes in four shades, and Harley has decided to ditch the chrome bits, yes.
The immediate details that catch one's attention is that all the chrome, as mentioned above has been replaced with a colour called the ‘Moody Black', and the windscreen has been taken off as well, while the regular handlebars have been swapped with 9-inch ape bars.
In terms of performance, the Road King Special comes with a 1,750cc Milwaukee Eight Engine, which according to the American bike maker, offers 10 percent more torque, and is refined compared to the old engine.
Like mentioned earlier, the four colours available with the new Road King Special are Charcoal Denim, Vivid Black, Olive Gold, and Hot Rod Red Flake Hard Candy Custom.
There's no word about the Indian launch, and since Harley-Davidson has most of its global offering in the country, it wouldn't be a surprise if the motorcycle lands on our shore in the future.
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