The RC 200 lastly will get a second colour alternative; no distinction in price.
KTM has launched its smaller supersport offering, the RC 200, in a model new black colour scheme. The model new colour is obtainable on the equivalent price of Rs 1.77 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) because the prevailing white-coloured model. Which signifies that the RC 390 is now the one bike from KTM that misses out on a second colour alternative in India.
The model new black colour scheme on the RC 200 is awfully very similar to the RC 390’s alternative. They every have shiny black bodywork, orange wheels and trellis frames, and similarly-styled decals. The one noticeable distinction is the colour inversion of the decals and the inside fairing. Whereas the more-expensive RC 390 sports activities actions an orange inside fairing, the RC 200’s is white. As regards to the decals, the RC 200 will get the brighter orange remedy moderately than the white seen on the RC 390.
The bike is mechanically unchanged. Powering the black RC 200 is a 199.5cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor which makes 25.8hp and 19.2Nm of torque. Coping with suspension duties is a 43mm upside-down fork and a preload-adjustable monoshock. By the use of braking, whereas the bike does get a giant 300mm entrance disc and a 230mm rear disc, it nonetheless misses out on ABS.
The KTM RC 200 is powered by a liquid-cooled DOHC engine delivering best-in-class 25 PS of energy and 19.2 Nm of torque. KTM’s MotoGP genes are evident within the metal trellis body, aluminium swingarm and its sporty bodywork. It additionally comes with premium elements corresponding to the wrong way up (USD) entrance forks, multifunctional digital console and clip-on handlebars make the RC 200 a whole package deal for formidable racers.
Gross sales of the KTM RC 200 have begun throughout the KTM showrooms in 320 cities