- A2 version makes 95bhp
- Listed in two colours
- Indian launch details unavailable yet
KTM has unveiled the 2023 iteration of its middleweight roadster model, the 790 Duke. This model will serve as the A2 license-compatible entry point to the KTM mid-weight range. This decision comes off the back of a partnership agreement with Chinese manufacturer, CFMOTO, which sees the 790cc powerplant continued.
While the standard version of this motorcycle will continue to deliver 105bhp, the A2 version will be tuned to produce a relatively lower output of 95bhp. The A2 model will be sold in the European markets. Meanwhile, the company has not made any announcement about the Indian launch of the 2023 790 Duke.
The 2023 version will be available in two colourways – grey and orange. The styling remains unaltered and the latest iteration of the KTM 790 Duke continues to pack a sharp design that is complemented by a split-style headlight at the front with body-coloured mask, a muscular fuel tank, split-style seat, and a tall-set exhaust.
The feature list on this motorcycle comprises full-LED lighting, Bluetooth-enabled colour TFT display, three ride modes with Track mode available as an optional extra, traction control system, bidirectional quickshifter, motor slip regulator, and cornering ABS. The company will also offer a wide range of accessories for the motorcycle.