KTM Duke 390 was introduced in the year 2012. Since the launch, the bike gathered remarkable popularity in the automotive world. The company has modified the motorcycle last year which also increased the sales of the model. Now, the company is preparing to launch the next-gen Duke 390 which is expected to hit the market by 2020. The good news is that the updated version of the sporty bike has been spotted for the first time while testing on road.
The model is not production-ready as of now so, the company can accomplish some changes till the official launch. However, the first glimpse of the larger Duke is enough to excite the KTM fans. It looks more husky and feature-packed compared to the previous version. The bike has received a bold appearance while it is not fully-faired. The company has also enhanced the overall dimension of the mode so, it looks longer than before.
The upcoming Duke 390 is equipped with the LED headlamp and inverted forks which seems comparable to the previous version. From the side portion, the bike looks completely updated. It is also integrated with the new swingarm and new frame which makes it modified. According to reports, the bike makers have also updated the 372cc powertrain which improves the power and torque figures.
The next-gen Duke bike will also get new updated cylinder head and modified exhaust manifold. At the rear, the bike is equipped with new LED taillight. The spy shots also reveal that the new TFT display so, we don’t get the LCD display which was featured in the previous version bike. The new engine will be BS6 compliant so that it complies with the new norms of India. We still have to wait for the official announcement to know some more details of the upcoming Duke bike.
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