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Next-gen KTM 390 Adventure spied testing ahead of unveil

Alongside the next-gen 390 ADV was the upcoming 390 Enduro as well.

KTM is testing the next-generation iteration of its 390 Adventure offering.

The new-gen KTM 390 Adventure is said to get several updates both in terms of design and mechanical changes. Reports suggest, the next-gen KTM 390 Adventure could get a more off-road focussed 'R' version, which would be sold alongside the standard model.

Now, ahead of its global unveil, the next-gen 390 Adventure R has been spotted testing. As seen from the images, the new-gen 390 ADV can be seen with a 21-inch wheel at the front & 17 or 18-inch wheels at the rear. The bike also features adjustable USD forks with more travel, alongwith a new chassis and swingarm. KTM is also expected to offer the next-gen 390 ADV with a new engine, which will debut on the brand's upcoming new-gen 390 Duke.

Spy images also showcase the new 390 Adventure featuring a redesigned front end with a new vertically-stacked headlamp setup, a larger windscreen, a dirt-bike style fender and a large TFT display for the instrument cluster.

Alongside the next-gen KTM 390 Adventure was the upcoming 390 Enduro. The next-gen KTM 390 Enduro can also be seen with multiple accessories and soft luggage mounted at the back. The Enduro is said to get the same engine, chassis & suspension as the next-gen 390 ADV.

Braking on both motorcycles is via 'Bybre', indicating that both models could be manufactured at KTM's India facility.

Both motorcycles are expected to be unveiled sometime in 2023. The next-gen KTM 390 Adventure will make its way to India, although a timeline for its launch is yet to be announced.

Source: Motorrad

 
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