We’ll be bringing you more live pics from EICMA as get them, but here is a look at the 2011 KTM range which includes the KTM 1190 RC8 R, the 990 SMT ABS, the 990 Adventure Dakar, the 350 EXC-F Factory, the 125 Duke and the RC8 R Track.
Some of these appeared at the Intermot show in Cologne last month while the others make for a complete range of KTM at the 2010 EICMA Milan show.
The KTM 1190 RC8 R for 2011 has a hot new look making it more aggressive and racing-style.
White and orange have never looked so good together.
Other than that the RC8 R gets new crankshaft, dual-plug ignition which increases power to 175 hp, updated fuel injection, and new suspension components to improve handling.
The RC8 R Track is basically the race version of this bike with racing exhaust and fairings.
The 990 Adventure Dakar gets the same 115 hp engine as the Adventure R but utilises the components of the standard 990 Adventure.
We get fancy new blue and orange livery, ABS brakes and a suede seat about as comfortable as you can get on these purpose-built bikes.
It’s a limited edition KTM made to celebrate the company’s 30 years in the Dakar rally.
The 350 EXC-F Factory is the other new model that KTM is revealing at the EICMA show and it’s the translation to an enduro model of the motocross KTM SX-F which has had plenty of success this year with Tony Cairoli in the seat.
The engine is the same 349 cc unit as the motocross model but so far the EXC-F is destined to be a factory race model only.
Don’t be surprised if a road-going version turns up as we expect this to be a popular model.
The rest of the KTM range, namely the 125 Duke, the 990 SMT ABS and the RC8R Track were presented at Intermot but we’ll have live pics of the lot coming up.
For more details available so far, check out Hell for Leather.