Last year KTM launched the prototype model and it’s now time for the final version. The brand new naked KTM 790 Duke is in fact powered by a 799 cc twin-cylinder engine with 105 hp at 9.000 rpm, generating max torque of 86 Nm at 8.000 rpm. The steel trellis frame, a classic choice by KTM, is combined with the die-cast Aluminum rear subframe which held seat and tail. The electronics is highly developped: the multimapping Ride by Wire is combined with an up-and-down quickshifter and with traction control, managing with the lean angle. ABS Cornering is available as standard. WP suspensions, 43 mm USD fork and an adjustable monoshock absorber complete the package. KTM will be at EICMA 2017, pavilion 13, booth E 56.