Pune-based Autologue Design will soon launch a modified KTM 390 Duke that will feature an Xplorer body kit that will enhance the touring capabilities of the motorcycle
Autologue Design is busy readying an Xplorer body kit for the KTM 390 Duke street-naked motorcycle. The upcoming body kit will enhance the touring capabilities of the motorcycle. While the KTM 390 Duke Xplorer Edition is a month away from its launch, the customizer has shared digital renders of the motorcycle with us.
As visualized in the digital renderings, the modified KTM 390 Duke Xplorer Edition features a half fairing with a talk windscreen. This setup is sure to provide a better wind-protection to the rider at high speeds.
In a few months from now, the KTM 390 Adventure will launch in India and will offer a 19-inch front wheel for a perfect balance between on- and off-road riding. The Autologue Design’s modified KTM 390 Duke Xplorer Edition, however, carries over the stock 17-inch rims, which should help it retain the excellent handling prowess of the stock bike.
The engine will remain entirely untouched. The modified KTM 390 Duke from Autologue will continue to offer a 373cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4-valve engine that produces a maximum power of 43.5 PS at 9,500 rpm and a peak torque of 35 Nm at 7,250 rpm. The Xplorer Edition is expected to be only slightly heavier than the stock 390 Duke’s 154.2 kg.
Other than the addition of the new half-fairing with a tall windscreen, the Xplorer edition will also get storage compartments mounted near the tailpiece. The trellis frame, all-LED headlamp, multifunction TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity, upside down telescopic front forks, and a monoshock will be retained.
Braking is courtesy of a 320 mm disc brake with a four-piston radial fixed calliper at the front, and a 230 mm disc brake with a single-piston floating calliper at the rear. The modified KTM Duke 390 Xplorer edition should launch in a few weeks from now.
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