Europe's largest carmaker and cool demon style bike designer KTM have launched its all-new crossovers in the India market on Thursday through Bajaj Auto. Previously, India was at the second rank for KTM market, but this time it will occupy first place.
As per the reports, last year KTM sold 36,000 units of its flagships in India, whereas the count was 1000 more in the US. The company launched its three new crossovers on Thursday and India decided to sell 50,000 units in 2017.
Amit Nandi, president - pro-biking, Bajaj Auto said, “India’s role is set to grow for KTM. With the revamping of the entire line-up and the addition of Duke 250, we are eyeing a strong double-digit growth this year too.”