And the Standard, the lowest-priced Softail of them all, arguably has some of the most attractive cosmetics. Instead of a black-and-chrome engine, it get one finished in Harley’s aluminum-look powdercoat that almost perfectly mimics a bead-blast finish on bare aluminum—but that can be easily wiped clean of road grime and oil. That bare-metal look, combined with the clean silvers of the polished fins and rocker boxes, emphasizes the muscularity of the Beta engine and demonstrates just how massively attractive it can be. Similarly, the black-finished oil tank—rather than chrome-plated—doesn’t visually distract from the engine and makes the new chromed oil lines stand out. Like other Softails, the Standard gets a new, one-piece fuel tank, but visually, it’s a dead-nuts-on replica of the traditional twin-tank design.