The KTM Duke 200 design and concept of the bike is extremely new for Indians. Yes, we have seen bikes like Yamaha FZ before which also carry the naked looks but the premium touch and appeal of this bike makes it one of its kinds. Starting from its front, the bike has very slim headlight with no visor. The front mudguard is also short and simple in size but its big telescopic forks, disk plate and wider tyre makes it look macho. The bike has very small body panels. The tank is big and uplifted and sports Duke on it.
The rear mudguard is very sporty and along with its fatty tyre, the bike can hold your attention easily. Small tail light is very simple and its black coloured grab rails and clear lens indicators also complement the overall styling. KTM Duke 200 promotes the instrument console of Duke as cockpit which features a digital speedometer, odometer, trip meter and fuel gauge. This cockpit also has some LED indicators.
KTM Duke 200 has a very powerful headlight which enables you to get a clear view of road at nights. There is no storage space in this bike. The KTM Duke 200 is powered by a 199.5cc single-cylinder liquid cooled engine that churns out 25bhp at 10,000 rpm and a peak torque of 19.2Nm at 8000 rpm. The engine is mated to a six-speed gearbox that shifts smoothly and works well with the wet multi-disc clutch. KTM Duke 200 was launched with only one colour option - Orange. But on demand and feedback from customers KTM has launched two new shades: White and Black