The American motorcycle maker, Victory Motorcycles, prior to the official launch of its all-new 1200cc 'Octane' on 19th February, has released a trailer of the Tourer on the popular video-sharing website, YouTube. The machine carries a liquid cooled motor, which we have previewed in the Project 156 Pikes Peak race bike, the Combustion concept and the Ignition concept in 2015.
On scrutinizing the video, the bike gets the styling cues fairly identical to the Combustion concept. Also, it sports minimum dash with one gauge. If the teaser is believed to be true, the motorcycle will also be featuring a hybrid instrument console, which incorporates an LCD screen performing the task of displaying much of the adjoining info and a large speedometer.
Under the hood, the new bike acquires a 1200cc, V-twin, water-cooled engine churning out the maximum amount of power, which is derived from the bottom end of the Indian Scout motor with new cylinders. It will also feature cast aluminium chassis, which was witnessed on the Combustion. When it comes to performance, the 'Octane' achieves outrageous performance in its segment claimed by the company itself.
As of now, no more additional particulars about the motorcycle has been revealed by the company, but it is anticipated that the Tourer will be much more promising than what we have heard so far. Full details will be unveiled on 19th of February. Stay tuned to SagMart for getting the latest updates on the upcoming 1200cc 'Octane'.