The new Nightster S will have different visual touches than the regular Nightster.
Harley-Davidson is set to expand its Sportster lineup with a new model, the Nightster S, which will be the third liquid-cooled model in the current Sportster lineup. In addition, Harley-Davidson will celebrate its 120th birthday this year and as part of the celebration, the manufacturer will introduce a series of special editions on the Softail and Touring models. According to leaked documents, these models will feature special color schemes and aesthetic accents, but will be mechanically identical to the standard models.
- The 120th anniversary edition will have special paint colors
- Nightster S has the same paintwork as Low Rider WILL
- All models are likely to arrive in India
Harley-Davidson Nightster S: details
The Nightster S is not part of the 120th Anniversary edition models and what it is Low rider WILL is the standard Low rider. The Nightster S features an all-black bodywork with a classic Harley-Davidson badging, similar to Special Forty Eight and very reminiscent of the 1970s Harley-Davidson bikes owned by AMF. In addition, the Nightster S has a bronze-colored cast alloy rim that has a different design from the standard night walker. The extra seats and footrests seen on the Nightster S are also different from those on the Nightster. This may just be a cosmetic job, no mechanical changes are expected.
Harley-Davidson 120th Anniversary Edition models: details
Leaked documents have revealed that Harley-Davidson will unveil a range of 120th Anniversary edition models across the Softail and Touring lineups. The Softail family will receive two special editions, the Fat Boy and Heritage Classic, both powered by the Milwaukee-Eight 114 V-twin 1,868cc engine.
The Touring lineup will feature four models that will celebrate their 120th anniversary with the Street Glide Special, Road Glide Special, Ultra Limited and CVO Road Glide Limited. Of these bikes, only the CVO Road Glide Limited uses the Milwaukee-Eight 117 1,917cc engine and all the rest use the same Milwaukee-Eight 114 V-twin engine as the aforementioned Softail models. .