Check out this India-bound KTM 390 Adventure 3D render [Video]

04/07/2018 - 16:44 | ,   | Ajinkya Lad

KTM has confirmed the launch the KTM 390 Adventure in India in 2019. Powerdrift has now come up with a 3D render video of the upcoming 390 Adventure based on the spy images.

The KTM 390 Adventure has been in the news lately, and we have already brought you the top six things to know about the bike. The 3D render is an amalgamation of the various spy images of the near production bike. The render features a metal fuel tank with tank extensions and a flat tail section. The bike sports a fixed LED headlamps assembly with a tall windscreen. The KTM 390 Adventure 3D render model features a taller handlebar with knuckle guards. The bike gets split seats and rear grab rails. However, the production model gets integrated grab rails into the tail section. The render features spoke wheels and knobby off-road tires. However, the showroom-ready bike will receive dual-purpose road biased tires.

The 3D render model of KTM 390 Adventure a rear mono-shock and USD front forks. The production model will receive long-travel suspension with an adjustable rear mono-shock. Disc brakes anchor braking duties at both the ends. The production bike will get standard ABS along with a dedicated Super-enduro mode. The Enduro mode helps the rider to lock the rear wheel during off-road riding, while ABS work on the front wheel.

A steel trellis frame underpins the render model and the same is expected to make its way onto the production model. The KTM 390 Adventure will feature a cast aluminium swingarm; similar to the KTM 390 Duke. Features list will include an LCD instrument cluster with Smartphone connectivity, a ride-by-wire system, and full-LED headlamps.

KTM 390 Adventure India launch confirmed
The KTM 390 Adventure will share design cues from the KTM 1290 Adventure (pictured).

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A 390 Duke sourced 373.2cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel injected motor will power the KTM 390 Adventure. This engine produces 43.5 bhp of maximum power and a peak torque of 37 Nm on the Duke. A 6-speed gearbox pairs to the power-train while a slipper clutch is standard. The engine on the ADV will be tuned to produce better low-end and mid-range power. KTM could alter the gear ratios or even use different rear sprocket for the different application.

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