For its Duke line of motorcycles, KTM India has unveiled new colour schemes. At the moment, KTM offers four motorcycles under the Duke brand. There are 125, 200, 250, and 390 cubic centimetres. Due to the availability of motorbikes with a focus on performance at a reasonable cost, KTM Duke has seen tremendous success in the Indian market. The new colour combinations would help keep the lineup interesting and draw in more customers. The cost of motorcycles has remained the same.
Liquid Metal and Dark Galvano are the two new colours that are now available for the KTM Duke 390. The Duke 390 has a very stealthy appearance thanks to the matte black finish of the Dark Galvano. The tank shrouds still have the "390" marking and the frame is still orange with branding on the engine.
In the Liquid Metal colour scheme, Matte Black and Orange are also present, although Orange is utilised more prominently. The frame, fuel tank, rear body panels, headlight surround, and tank extensions are all finished in orange, while the front fender, tank extensions, and rear sub-frame are all matte black.
Ebony Black is a brand-new colour job for the Duke 250. It is a blend of orange and black. Whereas the majority of the motorcycle is black in colour, the mudguard, headlight surround, rear subframe, and some pinstriping are completed in orange.
The new paint job for the Duke 200 is dubbed Dark Silver Metallic and it is pretty dissimilar to the other paint jobs we have seen on the Dukes. Glossy grey, matte grey, and orange are all mixed together. The frame, tank shrouds, and front mudguard are all grey, while the fuel tank is matte grey. Orange paint is used for the wheels, rear body panels, and some badging. Additionally, some blue is used for the badging.
The Duke 125 also receives Ceramic white. The new colour palette, as its name suggests, consists of white, black, and orange. The rear body panels, rear sub-frame, and tank shrouds are all white, while the mudguard, fuel tank, and frame are all painted black. The badge is made up of white, orange, and blue colours.