KTM has launched the KTM RC 390 and RC 200 in India.
RC 390 : Rs. 2.05 Lakh
RC 200 Rs. 1.6 Lakh
The KTM RC 390 and the RC 200 will be launched today. Stay tuned for the live stream of the launch of the KTM RC 390 and the RC 200.
Updated on 13th August 2014
The KTM RC 390 may be launched in India on the 9th of September 2014. Bookings for the same have begun and interested buyers can book their units for a sum of Rs. 30,000 at the nearest KTM-Bajaj dealership.
We will keep you posted on this. Stay tuned.
Updated on 2nd August 2014
The KTM RC 390 may be renamed the KTM 390 FF in India as per reports. The same also states that ex-showroom price of the bike will be Rs. 2.4 Lakh, ex–showroom.
News Source: KTM RC390 – India on Facebook
Updated on 29th July 2014
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Updated on 9th June 2014
The KTM RC 390 has been spied without any camouflage. Check out the images below:
Seems like the bike is nearly ready to be out into production. Which means we should hear something from KTM very soon.
Updated on 6th March 2014
First let’s have a look at the spy shots:
Here’s what the KTM RC 390 could look like in flesh:
From the spy shots the only addition to the bike seems to be the DRLs (day-light running lamps) just below the dual-barrel headlamps. As far as we can tell, the test mule looks pretty similar to the bike in the publicity shots. Things like the design of the full-fairing, the exposed trellis-frame, the slightly longer under-body cladding on the right which encapsulates the exhaust, the bulging tank, short rear-overhang etc. remain.
The 2014 KTM RC 390 is powered by the same 373cc single-cylinder engine that powers the KTM 390 Duke, albeit in a different state of tuning, and it churns out 43 BHP of power. The bike gets a much stiffer chassis along with a shorter wheelbase as compared to the Duke to give it a more sporty riding feel. Suspension-wise, the bike will get inverted shocks at front and a mono-shock at the rear, which should be adjustable. It will be fitted with a 110mm section tyre at front and 150mm section tyre at the rear which 17-inch wheels. Braking duties will be handles by single disc brakes front and back, with a 300mm disc at front with a radially mounted calipre and a 230mm disc at the rear.
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