Next-gen KTM 390 Duke spied with zero camouflage

The 2023 KTM 390 Duke is expected to be unveiled at EICMA later this year.

Earlier this week, we shared an image of an uncamouflaged test mule of the next-generation KTM 390 Duke. Now, more images have surfaced online, revealing the bike in great detail.

The 2023 KTM 390 Duke features all-new bodywork that looks as aggressive as before. It has tank extensions with the "Duke" lettering in bold and of course, an exposed trellis frame painted in orange. 

The bike comes with a new LED headlamp with redesigned LED daytime running lights and a T-shaped tail light. It also gets a split seat, a new handlebar and redesigned mirrors. 

The new 390 Duke will get a new aluminium gullwing rear swingarm with an offset monoshock and a WP Apex fork at the front. As you can see, the bike is equipped with 5-spoke alloys and gets disc brakes at both ends.

The next-gen 390 Duke is expected to go on sale in the international market soon, which could be followed by its India launch.

Source: Motorrad

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