KTM 790 Adventure Spotted In India

KTM India is all set to launch its new flagship 790 Duke next month. which has been a long-awaited offering in India. However, KTM’s 390 Adventure is also expecting this year. KTM 790 Adventure has landed on Indian land and was spotted recently. But the motorcycle which was found in the Indian road was wearing European number plates was just passing through as part of the owner’s ride and is not a test mule.

KTM 790 Adventure specifications:

The KTM 790 Adventure is powered by 799cc, four-stroke, DOHC, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine produces 94 bhp at 8,000 rpm and 88 Nm of peak torque at 6,600 rpm. The bike gets a Trellis frame. The standard version KTM 790 ADV comes with a regular front fender and a split-seat setup. The KTM 790 ADV R variant sports a more rally-ready look with the tall-set front fender and the single-piece seat.

KTM 790 Adventure suspension:

The main difference between the KTM 790 Adventure standard and the R is the suspension set-up and the wheelbase length. The base version of the 790 ADV gets WP APEX 43 mm USD forks up front offering 200 mm of travel. The base version of the 790 ADV rear WP mono-shock also comes with 200 mm travel. Whereas The KTM 790 Adv R  gets the WP XPLOR suspension with 48 mm front forks with 240 mm of travel, and a mono-shock at the rear offering 240 mm of travel.

KTM 790 Adventure braking power

The motorcycle comes with the front 320mm twin discs with a radially-mounted four-piston calliper. A single 260 mm rear disc with a two-piston floating calliper at the rear. 790 ADV gets cornering ABS that is dis-engageable along with off-road ABS, traction control and rally mode.

KTM 790 Adventure Price and launch:

KTM India is planning to launch 790 Adventure to the Indian market sometime next year. The 790 Duke and 790 ADV will be localized and expected to keep prices competitive. Internationally, the KTM 790 Adventure is available in three versions – Standard, 790 Adventure R and the R Rally. The KTM 790 Adventure’s bodywork inspired from its Dakar rally motorcycles.

source: carandbike.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *