The future KTM 390 Adventure It continues to be one of the models of the Austrian brand, which creates more expectations every time it is seen in the form of a test mule. Furthermore, in each stellar appearance it gives us a glimpse of new details that will be part of its equipment design, some of them inherited from its range sisters.
Now it has been the Indian media ZigWheels who, in the form of a publication on one of their social networks, shows us the future 390 Adventure circulating among local traffic. In the images we can see how the 390 Adventure It still maintains a more marked Offroad design than in the 2023 variant currently sold by KTM.
This is helped by the raised front fender, 21 and 17 inch radial tires, front and rear respectively, or the newly designed bench seat that stylizes the side line. In fact, the next 390 Adventure has more compact and refined shapes than its predecessor, especially when it comes to the design of the rear.
In addition, it will have the instrument panel that is currently used in the 390 Duke and Svartpilen 401 2024. We are talking about a 5″ TFT screen and smartphone connectivity and selectable driving modes. Likewise, it is noticeable how the brand has worked on the shapes of the fuel tank, adapting these to the new philosophy of the model.
KTM 390 Adventure 2024: Exploiting the Rally concept
Models with Rally aesthetics are more fashionable than ever, and that is why this KTM 390 Adventure The new generation exploits this concept much more than the current model. Among other things, because rivals of the stature of the new Himalayan 2024 or the new Honda NX500 have also followed this design pattern in their development.
It remains to be seen if KTM will only have this Rally style version of its catalog in the catalog. 390 Adventure, or on the contrary, it will continue to offer the current model for those looking for a more road-going option. There is also the possibility of a new enduro modeleven more focused on mud.
Mechanically, it is expected that this 390 Adventure count on the new LC4 single-cylinder 399cc premiered on the 2024 390 Duke. KTM declares 44 HP of power and a maximum torque of 39 Nmall of this transferred to the rear wheel through a six-speed gearbox equipped with a PASC slipper clutch.