Harley-Davidson have revealed an S line of updates for select Softail models, one of which is the iconic Fat Boy, with the 110-ci (1,801-cc) 110B motor.
The Fat Boy has always been an icon to many Harley lovers and cruiser lovers in general. It’s generous and muscular proportions, bad-ass attitude, and outstanding design elements, namely the fat front fork, bullet-hole wheels and wide rubber, all make it a motorcycle work of art to behold.
Now though, H-D have announced the S. On sale in the US and the UK among other markets, the Fat Boy S is dressed in black like never before. A new gloss black Screamin’ Eagle air-cooled twin-cam 110B engine, gloss black lower forks, axle-nut covers, handlebars and riser. There’s black levers and clutch assembly, over/under shotgun exhaust pipes with slash cut mufflers, not to mention black bullet-hole wheels. The 110B engine (110-cubic-inch, 1,801-cc) V-twin motor, one reserved for the CVO line, with an estimated 90 PS and 146 Nm of torque from 4,000 RPM. The power is sent to the fat 200/55 rear.
It’s on sale in the UK from £18,195 (Rs 18.5 lakh). We want to see it here, in India.