While KTM remains tight-lipped about the Indian launch details of the 790 Duke, a report from Thrustzone claims that the motorcycle will arrive in the country in September 2019. The bike was previously rumoured to come to India in April 2019.Also read: Off-road-focused Bajaj motorcycle to follow KTM 390 Adventure – ReportA report from March stated that KTM would set up an all-new advanced assembly line at Bajaj Auto’s Akurdi plant that would be supervised and operated by a team of officials from Austria. The report claimed that the 790 Duke would arrive in India via the CKD route and that the first 100 units of the motorcycle bike have already come for service training purposes. IAB understands that the bike will be launched at an ex-showroom tag of INR 8.5 lakh while the on-road prices could go up to INR 10 lakh.The middleweight naked roadster will use KTM’s newly developed LC8c 799 cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine that churns out 105 PS of power at 9,000 rpm and a peak torque of 86 Nm at 8,000 rpm. The engine has two counter-balancer shafts that are aimed to filter out the vibrations and a 270-degree firing order for a V-Twin like character.The… Read full this story
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