KTM RC390 Discontinued
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KTM RC390 discontinued removed from Website – New-Gen launch Soon.

KTM RC390 discontinued and remove from the official website of KTM. New-Generation RC390 launching Soon.

  • Previous-Gen RC390 removed from the website.
  • New-Gen RC390 launching coon in India.
  • New-Gen likely to powered with same 373 cc engine.

KTM Motors India is in the work of launching New-Gen of RC390, as the previous-gen was removed from the official website a few days ago. The New-Gen test mule has been spied many times on the roads, and it looks like the New-Gen will be launching in the domestic market Soon. While the test mule featured the redesigned front end compared with the last Generation. As the Dual projector headlamps will be replaced by a single LED unit. The front fairing, fuel tank design, and riding ergonomics are also taking a 360-degree modification in terms of designing compared with the ongoing model.

KTM RC390 Discontinued
KTM RC390 Discontinued removed from official website

The previously spied test mule also revealed that the New-gen RC390 will feature a Split seat set up along with split grab rails on the rear as well. Other designs also revealed like exhaust design, a wider rear cowl, updated exhaust with a silver heat shield. The bike is likely to have a fully digital instrument cluster as well.

The bike expected to be powered with the same 373 ccs single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine which generates 43 PS of maximum power at 9,000 Rpm, and a peak torque of 37 Nm at 7,000 Rpm, when mated with a 6-speed transmission gearbox system. The predecessor KTM RC390 has priced at Rs 2.65 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi. However, the updated generation could likely be Rs 15,000 to Rs 20,000 costlier than the previous model as KTM making the RC390 model more premium as their preceding. Upon the arrival of 2021 KTM RC390 will rival with 2021 Kawasaki Ninja 300 and upcoming 2021 TVS Apache RR 310, which will be launching later at the end of this month itself.    

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