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KTM affirms 500cc motor being grown totally in India

Basically, KTM is chipping away at building an all-new 500cc equal twin motor. Pierer likewise said that the motor would be utilized in numerous bicycle stages across KTM and Husqvarna. 

For quite a while now, we have realized that KTM has been taking a shot at a sub-500cc cruiser to match the comparative bicycles from the Japanese markets. In any case, presently there is affirmation from KTM that the motor is being grown right here in India. 

In a meeting to Le Repaire des Motards, KTM CEO, Stefan Pierer, uncovered that the new 500cc motor was being created close by KTM engineers at the Bajaj R&D office in Pune. What’s more is that the motors depend on the current Duke 790 and Duke 890 motors. 

Basically, KTM is dealing with building an all-new 500cc equal twin motor. Pierer additionally said that the motor would be utilized in different bicycle stages across KTM and Husqvarna. Along these lines, again simply like the 790 and 390 Duke, we could see an undertaking tourer just as the sportbike RC arrangement. 

As per Pierer, the coronavirus pandemic has constrained KTM to concentrate on the center weight portion and consequently accelerating deal with the task. The organization says that following the monetary misfortunes endured because of the pandemic, the interest for center weight bicycles will go up when contrasted with that of greater bicycles. 

Given this is as yet a work in progress, Pierer says that the primary bicycle could just show up in the year 2022. However, given that the bicycles are being grown totally in India, we could be one of the main markets to get the bicycle. For the time being, we can anticipate a model feature at the EICMA 2021.

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