Austrian motorcycle manufacturer KTM, had showcased the India bound KTM 1050 Adventure at EICMA 2014, soon after the 1290 Super Adventure.
The entry level adventure motorcycle, is the smallest KTM has to offer in the road-legal adventure motorcycle lineup.
The 1050 Adventure, will be powered by a twin cylinder, liquid-cooled, 1,050cc engine. The V-Twin is positioned at 75 degrees and is fuel injected.
The engine will produce 95 PS of peak power, but peak revs and torque of the vehicle is not revealed yet. The motorcycle should return better fuel efficiency compared to its bigger siblings.
The motorcycle comes equipped with KTM's ride-by-wire throttle, three ride modes- Sport, Street and Rain, traction control, a slipper clutch and features Bosch two-channel ABS.
The front forks are non adjustable whereas the rear suspension is adjustable for for preload and rebound.
The motorcycle weighs 212 kg and retails for approximately INR 10 lakh in Europe. The Indian market could expect similar pricing if the company is able to get the motorcycle assembled in India.
The KTM 1050 Adventure could launch very soon in India, because the company had already confirmed this when launching the RC twins.