Next-gen KTM 390 Duke TFT display revealed in spy shots

    The layout of the new TFT dash on the next-gen 390 Duke is similar to the larger KTM 1290 models.

    Published On May 30, 2023 03:13:00 PM


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    While we eagerly await what is quite possibly the most comprehensive update to the 390 Duke ever since its launch, new details continue to trickle down the grapevine. Now, one of the spy shots floating around on the web has given us a closer look at the new TFT dash that will be seen on the upcoming 390 Duke.   

    Next-gen KTM 390 Duke TFT dash: details

    Much like the KTM 1290 range, the next-gen 390 Duke will have a bar-style tachometer, which will replace the digital round design on the current unit that mimics an analogue tachometer. This new tacho runs from the bottom left to the top right of the TFT dash, which also has more colours as compared to the white/black/orange of the current unit. 

    What seems to be a prominent gear position indicator can also be seen just where the digital tachometer ends. The speedometer reading takes centre stage on this new unit. Where the current 390 range’s TFT display shows you ride data, time, and other details on the left hand side of the screen, on the next-gen model, all of this seems to have been moved to the bottom of the screen. Accompanying this brand-new TFT dash will most likely be all-new switchgear as well. 

    To read more about the next-gen 390 Duke click here and to catch a glimpse of the production-spec bike, click here.  

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