What makes the Victory Vision special? The bike is as good as it gets with sleek looks and a powerful 106 c.i. V-Twin with a six-speed transmission. It’s fuel tank can take in six gallons of fuel that ensures you go a long distance before you get your bike refueled, but that isn’t what I am talking about.

This bike is special because it is the first to offer iPod connectivity. Though most automakers have brought iPod and even iPhone connectivity in cars, the bikes had seemingly languished behind.

Not any more; the Victory Vision comes ready with iPod connectivity. The music navigation controls have been placed on the handlebars and the tracks can be viewed on the dashboard. Premium version has four speakers with an optional XM radio.

[Via: Chipchick]