While the 125, 200 and 250 Duke get one new paint option, the 390 gets two brand new options.
KTM and Husqvarna will be revamping their lineup in India, and we recently came across a few changes on the cosmetic front. Images of the motorcycles downing new paint options have surfaced online and here’s everything you need to know about it.
The new updates bring one new colour option for the 125, 200 and 250 Duke, while the 390 come with two new options.
Starting with the 125 Duke, the motorcycle gets a new white/orange/blue paint option along with a black frame and white subframe. The motorcycle retains the electric orange shade while the white option has been discontinued.
On to the 200 Duke, the motorcycle gets a new base grey complemented by blue/white/orange accents alongside an all-black frame and subframe. The electronic orange option has made it to the new version as well. However, KTM has taken the ceramic white option off the shelf.
The 250 Duke gets the most minimal tweak with a new grey/black base colour with hints of orange, as well as an orange front fender and headlight shrouds with an orange subframe bolted onto a black frame. KTM has carried forward the Dark Galvano option while the silver option faces the axe.
In the same breath, it is to be mentioned that the Husqvarna Svartpilen will also come in a brand-new black/blue/beige option, with the current one being replaced.
Lastly, the 390 Duke gets the biggest cosmetic tweak of them all. The Dark Galvano paint option which was discontinued for the 250 Duke has been introduced for the 390. There is also a new Liquid Metal option that includes an Orange base with blue/black elements at a few places. Both the colour options come with an all-black frame and subframe. This is also the first time that the motorcycle does not come with orange wheels.