KTM introduced the naked bike 890 Duke 2021. KTM 890 Duke 2021 features a parallel-twin engine, with more power and torque.
The car’s design still follows cues from the KTM Duke family, with split LED headlights and an LCD screen with Bluetooth connectivity.
KTM 890 Duke has a dry weight of 169 kg. The engine is used as a load-bearing component of the chassis and the subframe integrates the inlet and windbox, in order to reduce vehicle weight. Fuel tank 14 liters, seat height is only 820 mm.
At the heart of the 890 Duke is a Euro 5-compliant two-cylinder engine, 889 cc, producing 115 hp at 9,000 rpm and 92 Nm of torque at 8,000 rpm. This is an increase of 10 hp and 5 Nm from the 790 Duke and a 20 percent increase in rotational mass which makes it possible to distribute power at low engine speeds and partially open the throttle.
Power is controlled using an updated 9.1 MP Bosch ECU and a 6D tilt sensor with three driving modes – Rain, Road and Sport – and Road mode as an option, allowing customization of trip settings. go. In Track mode, there are nine levels of traction control intervention, and three levels of throttle response to choose from.
Braking is done with a 300 mm diameter floating disc on the front wheel, radial four-piston brake calipers while the rear uses a single 240 mm disc and two-piston brake calipers, comes with anti-lock ABS technology when entering crab. As for the front suspension, a 43 mm WP Apex upside-down fork is used and the WP Apex monoshock can be adjusted to preload at the rear.