The KTM Duke 390 get a update for 2017. Import documents revel that prototypes have already been send from Austria to India to allow for the production lines to be readied. Indian import paperwork reveals that two prototypes listed as 'motorcycle, 390 Duke MY17' and complete with details of the machines engine and frame numbers have been shipped to the country 'for R&D purposes.'
Given that the KTM Duke 390 is a motorcycle designed in Austria but built in India to keep costs down, the likelihood is that the revised machines have been sent there to help get the production facilities sorted out in time for large numbers of the motorcycles to be make by the end of 2016 when the 2017 model KTM Duke 390 is likely to be officially revealed. The documents also reveal that the engine capacity has not changed at 374cc, meaning that the main focus of the 2017 alterations are likely to be the motorcycle's chassis and styling.