KTM RC series gets new colours, prices remain unchanged
KTM India has introduced three new colour options on its RC range of motorcycles, consisting of the KTM RC 390, KTM RC 200 & KTM RC 125. These new colours, namely the Metallic Silver, Electronic Orange and Dark Galvano will be offered on the BS6 range of RC motorcycles that was launched in February this year. Further, KTM India would be offering these new colours at no additional cost.
The KTM RCs are race-bred machines with its technology & form inspired from the MotoGP racer KTM RC 16. The fully faired motorcycles have a strong and growing contribution to the KTM portfolio. Also, the enthusiasts of SuperSport motorcycles in India prefer aggressive sharp looks coupled with exciting color options. These new colors have been carefully selected to complement the existing range. These additional options on each KTM RC will further enhance its appeal amongst the young & ambitious biking enthusiasts." commented, Sumeet Narang, President (Probiking) at Bajaj Auto Ltd. said
New-gen KTM RC series in works, launch expected early next year (Image source: Motorrad Magazine)
In other news, KTM is readying its new-gen RC range that has been spotted testing internationally. While it was believed to be unveiled later this year, we believe KTM India could launch it sometime next year. From the leaked images, it is evident that KTM has reworked on the design, giving it a larger appearance compared to the present offering. There could be an update in the underpinning with a new rear subframe. Also, the features list could finally include the TFT instrumentation that is offered in the naked and the adventure models,
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