KTM Duke 200 and Duke 250 get new colour schemes for a fresh appeal

KTM has unveiled new colour variants for the KTM Duke 200 and KTM Duke 250 models. The KTM Duke 200 now comes in two new colour options – Electronic Orange and Dark Galvano, while the KTM Duke 250 introduces an Atlantic Blue variant.

The KTM Duke 200 now features new colour schemes and KTM-branded decals. The new Electronic Orange and Dark Galvano options join the existing Silver Metallic Matt version, enhancing the model’s appeal with a more aggressive aesthetic.

The KTM Duke 200 is equipped with an LCD display, all-LED lighting and switchable ABS for improved control. Its precision handling is supported by WP USD front forks, monoshock rear suspension and a lightweight trellis frame with an aluminium swingarm. The 200cc engine delivers 25 PS of peak power.

The KTM Duke 250, embodying the same naked ethos as its larger counterparts, is now available in a new Atlantic Blue colourway. This new variant aims to enhance the model’s aggressive design and visual appeal.

The KTM Duke 250 features a 250cc engine that produces 31 PS of peak power. Key features include a new trellis frame, WP suspension, LED lights, switchable ABS and Quickshifter+. The model continues to emphasise performance and street-oriented aggression.

Sumeet Narang, President (Probiking) at Bajaj Auto Ltd., commented on the new variants: “KTM Duke represents the pinnacle of engineering, ahead of its class, crafted to unleash the rider’s true potential. Built with READY TO RACE ethos, their youthful spirit is undeniable. A perfect marriage of exhilarating power, razor-sharp control, and a design that commands attention, the new color variants embody a youthful audacity. We have added new colourways providing multiple choices that align seamlessly with the aspirations of an entire new generation of riders.”

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