The newest spy picture of the 2021 KTM RC 200 has leaked on-line, suggesting the corporate has began rolling off the motorbike from the road at Bajaj’s plant in Chakan.
We already know that KTM India is engaged on the up to date RC vary of bikes. And, beforehand we noticed a take a look at mule of the next-gen RC 200 doing rounds on the roads. Now the newest spy picture of the 2021 KTM RC 200 has leaked on-line, suggesting the corporate has began rolling off the motorbike from the road at Bajaj‘s plant in Chakan. The next-gen RC 200 is predicted to be launched within the Indian market very quickly. Based on the newly leaked picture, the bike will get a major overhaul when it comes to design and options.
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The soon-to-be-launched KTM RC 200 comes fitted with a brand new headlight cluster that’s impressed by KTM’s RC8 superbike. The outgoing mannequin will get twin-beam projector headlamps which have been changed with a traditional-looking halogen headlamp. On the newest iteration, the corporate has shifted the mirror-mounted LED flip indicators onto the fairing.
The motorbike will get greater, thinner and perforated disc brakes upfront with much less dedicated driving posture in comparison with the present mannequin. Also, the bike now comes with a brand new set of graphics and stickers to reinforce the general aesthetics. However, the aspect panels considerably look much like the outgoing model. The entrance fascia additionally sees a redesigned windscreen which appears extra aerodynamic and anticipated to supply higher wind safety.
Another addition is the oblong, fully-digital instrument console, which appears to be the identical unit as on the current-gen KTM 390 Duke. The two-wheeler producer may supply smartphone connectivity through Bluetooth as nicely.
The new-generation RC 200 is predicted to make use of the identical 199.5 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine, that powers the present iteration. The unit is able to producing 24.6 bhp at 10,000 rpm and 19.2 Nm of peak torque at 8,000 rpm, and can come paired to a six-speed gearbox. It will probably be costlier than the present mannequin which prices ₹ 2.01 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The bike is predicted to go on sale within the nation by Q1, 2021.
Spyshot Courtesy 1: Motoroids
Spyshot Courtesy 2 : Powerdrift