Saturday, July 26, 2008

Ness Signature Series Victory Vision launched

It costs US$25,000 but the Ness Signature Series Victory Vision sure looks good!!

Pics: Victory

The Victory Vision, already one of the coolest touring motorcycles around, has now got a style update from Arlen Ness, and his son Cory. Launched at a time when Victory Motorcycles are celebrating their 10th Anniversary, the Ness Signature Series Victory Vision looks even cooler than the ‘normal’ Vision, though it does cost all of US$25,000.

The Ness Signature Series Victory Vision is still powered by Polaris’ fuel-injected, air-and-oil cooled, SOHC eight-valve 1731cc ‘Freedom’ V-twin, which produces 92 horsepower and 147Nm of torque. The gearbox is also the same six-speed unit and the fully adjustable suspension remains unchanged. However, the Ness Vision gets bits like custom-made billet wheels and leather seats, an adjustable electric windshield, a fancy radio/stereo and a special paintjob.

More details on the Victory website here

Polaris Industries, who’ve sold over 50,000 Victory motorcycles over the last 10 years, have also created this 10th Anniversary Special Edition Vision. We think it looks absolutely superb...

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External links:
2008 Victory Vision road test
2008 Suzuka eight-hour endurance race: Picture gallery

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