The Austrian company is preparing to release his future monster, a 1290 cm3 “Super Duke R” machine based on the concept presented at the Milan Furniture Fair last year, visible for the moment teaser.
The Beast is Coming
At the EICMA show the annual Bike taking place in Milan, KTM created the surprise with its biggest motorcycle ever made a Super Duke R concept powered by a 1290 cm3 block. And even more amazing, the production was immediately announced for the following year, that is to say in 2013. View the Goodwood Festival of Speed prototype in mid-July, the beast will more precisely visible in the coming days.
To begin, we note the disappearance of the first prototype are the lighthouse and the huge inverted cartridge over many parts carbon fork.
Despite these essential for the approval and marketing of this katoche mods are still completely in the Austrian style! The final version of the roadster announced for the end of this year can still see small changes.
As did many automaker and now some two-wheeler brand, KTM engages in teaser, through a dedicated with a partial side view and a countdown page. This indicates that at this time, remain 11 days of waiting, a presentation on September 30 at 10am.
It will be interesting to see this later in 1290 KTM Super Duke R, nicknamed “The Beast” by their designers, facing the future version “naked” of the BMW S1000RR. The launch is scheduled in October 2013.
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