Bajaj Auto is a major shareholder within KTM AG and the Indian manufacturer local produces several of its two-wheelers. Now the Austrian-based manufacturer has decided to introduce its motorcycles in Indonesia.
The Duke and RC range of motorcycles from KTM up to 400cc will be introduced in Indonesia. All the motorcycles for the Indonesian market will be manufactured by Bajaj Auto in India. Currently, KTM utilises Bajaj's facility in Chakan, Pune to develop its Duke (125, 200, 390) and RC (125, 200, 390) range.
KTM will use Bajaj's existing dealership network in Indonesia to sell its products. It is most likely that the 200 Duke, 390 Duke, RC200, and RC390 models will be offered in Indonesia. Bajaj currently exports KTM models to several countries.
All models exported from India will be similar to that offered in the country and in other international markets. Indonesia will receive KTM motorcycles in the CBU (Completely Built Unit) form. So far pricing of the motorcycle has not been revealed for the Indonesian market.