Spyshot: 2022 KTM RC 390 spotted in production guise

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MY2022 KTM RC 390 in production guise spotted at a dealership –

KTM has been steadily working on upgrading the RC model line for the MY2021. We saw images earlier in January 2021.

Now, we have received an image of an RC390 in production guise at a motorcycle dealership. The motorcycle was spotted in the trademark KTM orange livery.

We expect the motorcycle to have the same specifications as it was recently updated to the BS6 (Euro 5) norms.

▪️ 373 cc
▪️ 43 hp @ 9000 rpm
▪️ 35 Nm @ 7000 rpm
▪️ New front fairing
▪️ New head-light design
▪️ New rear tail-light and seat assembly

Motorad Gears Take –

The 2022 KTM RC390 could be launched at EICMA 2021 along with the all-new 490 LC8c parallel twin models. An Indian launch can be expected in January 2022.

What do you think of the 2021 RC 390? Let us know in the comments section below.

Source: Motorradonline

KTM to launch 750 models in conjunction with CFMoto in 2022

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KTM signed a strategic cooperation agreement with CFMoto 11 years back. The JV allows CFMoto access to the 790/890 LC8c compact twin-cylinder engine platform while KTM stands to benefit from the manufacturing prowess of CFMoto.

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There has been a massive increase in cooperation level. CFMoto is developing a trio of 750 cc motorcycles based on the tried and tested 790 LC8c motor – 750 Duke, 750 Adventure and 750 Supermoto T. These models will form a new product range for KTM and help acquire newer riders. All the 750 models will be earmarked for the Chinese domestic and global markets.

📍 750 Duke (Naked or Roadster)
📍 750 Adventure (Adventure Tourer)
📍 750 Supermoto T (Supermotard)

These will be manufactured at the new CFMoto factory in Hangzhou, China. KTM should unveil the final production models at EICMA 2021.

The 750 LC8c platform will be positioned between the 890 and the 490 parallel-twin platform being developed by Bajaj in India, which is also expected to be showcased soon. The 750 models will be priced considerably lower than the 890 Duke and Adventure, to allow more riders to upgrade within the KTM family from their current 200/250/390 motorcycles while also providing exceptional value to the experienced riders.

Which of the three models are you interested in? Let us know in the comment section below.

Source: Pierer Mobility