KTM teases India launch of new RC 125

    Recent government documents show that the RC 125 has already been homologated in India.

    Published On Sep 30, 2021 05:54:00 PM


    KTM teases India launch of new RC 125

    KTM India has teased the launch of the new RC 125, which is expected to be priced around Rs 1.85 to Rs 1.90 lakh (ex-showroom).

    • Already homologated in India
    • 14.5hp at 9,250rpm
    • Could be the first of the new RCs to arrive

    Just yesterday, we brought you news that the new KTM RC 125 has been homologated in India, and now, the Austrian manufacturer has teased the India launch of the upcoming entry-level supersport motorcycle.

    KTM India has posted a video to its social media accounts, showing a new RC motorcycle in a white and orange colour scheme, saying ‘Coming Soon To India’. This is a paint job that isn’t available on the RC 390, which comes in only orange and blue options. It belongs to either the RC 125 or the RC 200, and since the former has already been homologated here, we believe that is most likely to be the first of the new RCs to launch in India.

    The eagle-eyed among you may have spotted a TFT display in the aforementioned video, and that’s because the international-spec RC 125 does come with the feature. In India, though, the two smaller RCs will almost certainly get an LCD display instead, with the TFT reserved for the RC 390 only. An official launch is expected very soon, and it is likely to be priced at around Rs 1.85 to Rs 1.90 lakh, which will make the new RC 125 around Rs 5,000 to 10,000 more expensive than the bike it replaces. So, stay tuned.

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