The KTM 390 Adventure is one of the most awaited bikes which has been spotted testing many times. After being tested in India, the production-ready version of the modern adventure tourer has been spied testing has been spotted testing in Europe. The bike has been spotted with the company’s accessories. It looks more bold and attractive than other range.
The company has developed the all-new 390 Adventure in India facility at Bajaj Auto’s plant in Chakan, near Pune. Its design is inspired by the existing KTM architecture. The exterior concept is similar to the popular KTM 390 Duke. It is a small-capacity bike which will be offered at a reasonable price in the Indian market. The adventure tourer has been spotted with long-travel suspension with cast wheels.
The upcoming bike sits on a 19-inch front wheel and 17-inch wheel at the rear. It will be offered in a premium top-spec trim R which will come with some special features like spoked wheels in a 21-inch at the front, and 18-inch at the rear. It will be integrated with an all-new fully digital TFT screen highlighting electronics features that include Bluetooth, switchable anti-lock braking system (ABS) and more.
KTM 390 Adventure will be outfitted with removable pannier boxes, a rear luggage rack with box, engine guard, radiator guard and knuckle guards. It also features a ride-by-wire throttle system. It will be offered by a package that includes luggage rack, saddle stays and a wider windscreen. It is designed with new exhaust set up and a catalytic converter, to satisfy the EuroV and upcoming BSVI emission norms.
The adventure tourer will be powered by a 373cc, single-cylinder motor similar to KTM 390 Duke, and KTM RC 390. The engine will make 43 bhp of max power at 9,500 rpm and 35 Nm of peak torque at 7,000 rpm. The production-ready version is ready to be debuted at EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, Italy. It can be officially launched in the year 2020. The bike is expected to be priced around 2.5 lakh (ex-showroom). KTM 390 Adventure will rival against the likes of BMW G310GS and Royal Enfield Himalayan.
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