These three premiered at the 2013 EICMA in Milan last year, christened RC 125, RC 200 and RC 390. To be manufactured at Bajaj Auto plant, along with the Duke cousins, only the RC 200 and RC 390 will be launched in India, while the RC 125, just like Duke 125, will only be made for export markets.
Actively being tested around Pune, latest update on the front comes from a Bajaj official, Goutam Shankar, who recently had a chance to ride the RC390 for 500 kms on the scenic route of Pune-Satara-Kumbharli Ghat-Chiplun-Mahabaleshwar-Pune. On his post he shared on Facebook, he mentions the bike’s name as 390 FF, and not RC 390. (see embedded photo below)
If this is true, then it seems like Bajaj is trying a different name structure for their RC series of motorcycles in India. Just like the Pulsar Series, which already has the 200 NS, and will soon get 200 SS, 44 SS and 400 CS; KTM RC Series in India too will get a similar nomenclature, in the form of FF as a suffix for their fully faired variants of Duke 200 and Duke 390.
What do you think? Which one you like better, RC 390 or 390 FF? Leave you response in the comments section below.