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KTM 950 and 1190 Adventure spied in India: RC125, 200 and 390 launch at EICMA, Milan

KTM-RC200 eicma

Though KTM has many different bikes with different engine options, , ranging from 125cc to 1290 cc, only two of them are sold in India. They are Duke 200 and Duke 390. As we all know that Rajiv Bajaj, MD Bajaj Auto had not refuted the possibility of introducing powerful KTMs in India in the future, it seems like they have already started testing phase.

KTM-RC200 eicmaRecently seen on test on the roads of Kolar in Karnataka, India, the two KTM speedsters, 950 and 1190 Adventure are manufactured in Austria. KTM 950 Adventure is a sport motorcycle powered by a liquid cooled four stroke DOHC 942 cc 75° V twin engine. This engine is capable of production upto 102 bhp power. The bike itself is light weight and compact and meets the requirements of a high performance off roader.

KTM 1190 Adventure on the other hand is more enhanced as compared to KTM 950 Adventure both in stance and performance. Fitted with a 75° V Twin LC 8 engine it receives features such as Motorcycle Traction Control, Combined ABS and Tire Pressure Measurement System while it has to capacity to produce 150 bhp power. (Spy shots: Bike Advice)

Apart from this, KTM is also getting ready for EICMA, which is scheduled to take place in Milan next month (7-10th Nov). The biggest two wheeler show in the world is where the new KTM RC125, 200 and 390 will be launched, as per VisorDown. Based on the naked 125, 200 and 390, which are built in India, the RC variants will be tuned for better cruising and will come with front fairing.

All three, 125, 200 and 390 are manufactured in India, at Bajaj’s plant in Chakan near Pune. It is here that the RC variants will also be manufactured and will be exported globally. Once they are launched in Milan, bike motorbike enthusiasts in India can expect India launch to happen sooner than expected.

KTM 950 and 1190 Adventure spied in India (1)


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A first drive in a manual rickety old van was enough to pave the road forward for Sagar Patel. When not driving or riding, his dexterity shifts gear to voice passion through words via reviews, and news, all the while, closely monitoring updates from the auto industry.

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