KTM Duke Series and Husqvarna Svartpilen New Colours Leaked!
Since the sporty naked bikes made their debut in India with the 200 Duke in 2012, KTM’s Duke range has been a popular choice. We now have images of new colourways that will be available on the entire KTM Duke lineup next month. The new updates include one new colourway for the 125, 200, and 250 Dukes, and two new colourways for the 390 Duke.
The smallest Duke in this lineup receives a new White/Orange/Blue colourway draped onto a Black frame paired with a White subframe. The previous version’s Electric Orange colourway has been carried over, while the White colourway has been discontinued.
The KTM 200 Duke receives a new paint scheme, with a base Grey accented with Blue/White/Orange accents and an All-Black frame and subframe. The Electronic Orange colour remains available, while the Ceramic White colour is no longer available.
The KTM 250 Duke gets a new Grey/Black base colour with hints of Orange, and an Orange front fender and headlight shrouds, with an Orange subframe, bolted onto a Black frame, in what is possibly the most subtle paint option ever offered on a KTM. The Dark Galvano colour remains available, while the Silver option has been discontinued.
Husqvarna Svartpilen 250 will also be available in a new Black/Blue/Beige colourway, replacing the current one.
Last but not least, the 390 Duke receives the most significant update of the bunch, with two brand new colourways. While the Dark Galvano colour option for the 250 Duke has been discontinued, it does appear on its elder sibling, the 390. The other option, Liquid Metal, features a mostly Orange bike with hints of Blue/Black. A Black subframe is bolted to an Orange frame in both colourways. This is also the first time in the model’s nearly nine-year history that the manic 390 Duke does not have Orange wheels in any colour option.