2021 KTM RC 390 Discontinued, New Gen Model On Its Way
To be powered by the same 373cc motor as the 2020 model year bike, the new RC 390 should be a more rounded product than its predecessor.
KTM is set to launch the 2021 model year RC 390 soon in India. To make way for the new model, its predecessor has been removed off of the brand’s Indian website.
It is finally time for the much loved supersports motorcycle to be replaced by a new generation model which will have revised styling and ergonomics, but will feature the same heart.
Spotted on test both in India and abroad, the 2021 model year KTM RC 390 will come with a new headlight and flyscreen setup which would be a hit-or-miss prospect, while the fairing looks to be more streamlined.
KTM has given the 2021 RC 390 a larger fuel tank, new handle bar and digital instrument display, while the seating position will be a bit more relaxed thanks to the revised subframe.
In addition, the 2021 KTM RC 390 launch will see the bike come with a larger front disc brake, slimmer alloy wheels, seats with better cushioning, and a new exhaust canister.
Powering the motorcycle would be a 373cc engine which should make the same power figures as the 2020 model year RC 390 and it will be mated to a 6-speed transmission.
The 2021 KTM RC 390 launch is expected to take place rather soon and as is mostly the case with the introduction of a new generation model, its asking price would be more than its predecessor’s.