Some model year 2022 and newer Indian Motorcycle models are equipped with the 4-inch Touchscreen Powered by RIDE COMMAND, shown below.
For an orientation to the round touchscreen display and its functions, watch the video below.
For more information on the touchscreen buttons, see the table below.
|Press the Screen Cycle button to toggle through available display screens.|
|Press the Controls button to access vehicle and display settings.|
|Press the App Tray button to access the settings and phone screens.|
Press the Back button to back out of menus and screens.
The Icon Bar displays information such as cell signal strength, current Ride Mode and more.
Press the Screen Cycle button (1) or the trigger switch on the left hand control, to cycle through the available display screens.
|Gauge Screen||Displays important information such as speedometer, tachometer, gear, vehicle direction, ambient temperature, odometer and fuel level.|
|Bike Information||Displays bike information such as ambient temperature, battery voltage, tire pressure, fuel economy and fuel range.|
|Ride Information||Displays ride information such as ride time, distance, elevation and trip odometer.|
|Maps and Navigation||Provides access to maps and turn-by-turn navigation.|
|Audio||Select audio source and control audio playback.|
|Controls||Select Ride Mode and change display brightness.|
Display Screen Themes
There are two display screen themes to choose from: Standard and Analog Sport. The display screen themes can be changed in the Settings Menu.
The Standard theme resembles a classic analog dial face, with a traditional speedometer design.
For a more modern look, the Analog Sport theme displays the speedometer as a numeric value rather than a meter.
The Bike Information screen displays important information about your vehicle such as front and rear tire pressure (if equipped), fuel economy and more.
The Ride Information screen displays important ride information, including current ride time, total distance traveled and more.
Maps and Navigation
The Maps and Navigation screen allows access to the many navigation features of RIDE COMMAND. From the Maps and Navigations screen, you can find directions, look up addresses, search for gas stations, and pinpoint other points of interest. Once selected, the display will provide turn-by-turn directions to your destination. For information on additional available features, read Connected Services on Indian Motorcycle.
The Music screen allows you to access music stored on your smartphone or other music device. You can pair your device using Bluetooth® or by connecting it to the display’s USB port.
From the Controls screen, you can select your ride mode and adjust the display brightness.
Press the App Tray button (1) to cycle through the available app screens.
If the RIDE COMMAND display is connected to a phone using Bluetooth®, the phone screen will be available from the App Tray. From the phone screen, you can make and answer calls and view text messages.
RIDE COMMAND Hand Controls
Use the 5-way media switch (1) to do the following:
- Press center to mute.
- Press up/down to increase/decrease volume.
- Press left/right to move to previous/next track.
Use the 3-way select switch (2) to do the following:
- Press up and down to navigate the display screen.
- Press center to select.
There are trigger switches located on the reverse side of both the right and left (3) switch cubes. Use the trigger switches to do the following:
- Press the right trigger switch to confirm the selection.
- Press the left trigger switch to back out of menu screens.
From the Settings Menu you can view important details about your vehicle and personalize your touchscreen display. The Settings Menu contains four categories: Information, General, Time and Vehicle. Press the Controls button (1) to access the Settings Menu. See your Owner’s Manual for more information.
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
- Installed software version
- Oil change interval
- Themes (Day/Night/Auto)
- Manage Bluetooth® devices
- Change the language
- Set the speed units of measure (MPH or KPH)
- Set the temperature units (F or C)
- Update software
- Set the time format (12-hour or 24-hour)
- Enable GPS time (automatically sets the time to the time zone you are currently in)
- Set time (if GPS time is not enabled)
Note: The clock is sourced from the GPS chip and periodically requires GPS lock to function correctly. Clock reading will be non-existent or inaccurate after disconnecting the battery and will require a new GPS sync to function properly.
- Oil life/service reset
- Access vehicle diagnostics
RIDE COMMAND Ride Modes
From the RIDE COMMAND display, you can choose between three Ride Modes: Tour, Standard and Sport. For more information on ride modes, read Using Ride Modes on Your Indian Motorcycle.
For information on pairing a mobile device or headset to your 4-inch round RIDE COMMAND Touchscreen, read Pairing Your Phone to Indian Motorcycle RIDE COMMAND or Pairing Your SENA® Headset.
For more information about your RIDE COMMAND display, including software updates, visit the RIDE COMMAND website.
Download the Indian Motorcycle RIDE COMMAND app from the Apple Store for iPhone® and iPad® or Google Play® store and create a personalized account.
For more information, see your authorized Indian Motorcycle Dealer. Find a dealer near you with the Dealer Locator.
Maintenance tips, procedures and specifications can be found in your Owner's Manual.
To find diagrams and replacement part numbers, use the online parts catalog.
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