The KTM 390 Adventure has been spotted finally on Indian soil. With just a week of the year remaining, the bikes have been spotted testing in India and this could only mean that it is going to be up for sale pretty soon. The images circulating clearly show the bikes in its final stages of development, much like how we spotted the 790 Adventure earlier this year before its launch. The bike has more or less retained its big brothers designing, with the trademark LED headlamp split down the middle by an aluminium structure, which has the dual purpose of serving as the heat sink, very much like the current Duke. And although we are seeing the alloy wheel version here which looks like a 19 inch front and a 18 inch rear, it will surely come with a spoke wheeled version as well. The one thing that looks disappointing is the small tank, being an adventure touring machine, it should ideally get a large capacity tank, but lets see what the final capacity is before commenting further on it.
The bike has a pretty large windscreen and that should provide with good wind protection. The front mud guard also appears to cover the fork seal area against dirt and dust. Moreover, it is also expected that the KTM 390 Adventure is going to be the first bike in its segment that would offer suspension adjustability to an extent, which is also something that Indian roads needs. The other features like the switch-gear, the LCD and the mirrors, along with the indicators, pretty much appear to be the same as the current generation 390 Duke.
The KTM 390 Adventure in expected to launch late January or February 2019 in India.