Nov 27: Austrian motorcycle manufacturer KTM is all set to launch its new 390 Adventure bike by the end of the year 2019 in the Indian market. The most awaited bike will first be unveiled at next year’s EICMA. Earlier reports had said that the company will launch its new Adventure at this year’s EICMA and the company introduced the 790 Adventure.
Reports are that, with the vertically placed LED headlamp and a small visor on top, the bike flaunts the design similar to that of its predecessors. The single piece unit handlebar is likely to be what was seen on other KTM Duke models.
The fuel tank in the upcoming 390 Adventure bike is also similar to the recently unveiled 790 Adventure. The bike comes with a single piece designed in such a way that it is comfortable for both the riders. The bike comes with a fully digitalized instrument cluster.
A rider can access lots of information on the cluster using the Bluetooth connectivity option. The recently launched new generation 390 Duke model also came with Bluetooth connectivity.
The bike flaunts LED tail lamps and indicators. In the front, the bike gets the upside down forks and at the rear it gets monoshocks. The390 Adventure will provide a great rider experience even in broken roads as it has a higher suspension travel. Spoke wheels with dual purpose Metzeler Tourance tyres adds-on to the other features of the bike.
The upcoming bike is likely to be powered by a 373.3 cc single-cylinder engine with liquid cooling and fuel injection system. It will produce 44 PS of power and 35 Nm of torque. When it comes to the gearbox, the bike comes with a 6-speed unit paired with gear ratios set for touring. With dual channel ABS as standard, the bike will be offered with disc brakes at either end.
KTM will also offer lots of advanced safety features like traction control system on 390 Adventure and the new model will be manufactured at Bajaj Chakan plant. The Austrian manufacturer is expected to continue the tradition of aggressive pricing with this new model also and it will compete against BMW G310 GS.
Advanced safety features like traction control system will be offered in the motorcycle. The bike manufactured at the Bajaj Chakan plant will be a rival to BMW G310 GS. News is that the Austrian company KTM backed by KTM Industries and Bajaj Auto will continue with their aggressive pricing in case of the new motorcycle too.