The year is just getting started and KTM CEO Stefan Pierer has revealed that the company's usual aggressive annual updates will apply to the small-engine-sized KTM Duke and its siblings. Bajaj and KTM are working on complete replacement of the small-engine-size KTM Duke line-up. The current products would be phased out slowly by late 2016.
The KTM Duke's replacements will be all-new according to Stefan Pierer, probably featuring Euro IV ready technology. Pierer also said that Husqvarna is working on road legal motorcycles and Indian Bajaj will help source parts initially for products earmarked as 2016 models. Production is likely early 2017 at Chakan in India, and the motorcycles will first head to the USA and Europe before a global rollout.Tag: KTMDukeStefan Pierer200-Duke390-Duke200cc390cc