The new KTM Duke twins are due for their unveil at EICMA 2016. Before the unveil of the motorcycle, the manufacturer has been testing the motorcycle on Indian roads, and as always, sneeky paparazzi's has once again managed to get us a close look at how the motorcycle would look like once it is launched.
The new images surfaced on the web gives us a detailed and closer look at the upcoming naked street fighter. The motorcycle spotted is believed to be a Duke 200 as the motorcycle features black coloured rims and relatively narrower tires.
The latest revelations from the spy shots are the new brake lever and what looks like a bigger front brake master cylinder.
The spy shots also reveal that the motorcycle now features the key slot integrated on the fuel tank, similar to it's bigger brother in the Duke family.
You can also notice that the pillion grab rail has been eliminated from the rear end. The absence of grab rail should result in a design that features a clean tail piece.
The introduction to an all-new subframe which should result in improved stability.
The test mule spotted looks pretty close to a production version. This could be a proof that KTM and Bajaj could be planning to unveil the motorcycle soon.