Harley has apparently been listening to its customers and sent its designers into the wind tunnel to design the new fairing. It says the result looks and works better and dramatically reduces head buffeting.
The company said that handlebars on the 2013 Road Glide were a reach for some people. The new model moves the grips back nearly six inches, better for more riders more of the time.
In the cockpit you’ll find a touch screen for audio and navigation and an instrument and control layout Harley says will add to the comfort and maneuverability of the machine.
The premium model adds integrated front and rear anti-lock brakes and adjustable rear suspension, among other things. The engine is Harley's high-output, twin-cam 103-cubic-inch V-twin.