Dubbed “the razor”, 2021 KTM 890 Duke appeared with a powerful engine and outstanding performance compared to the junior 790 Duke.
2021 KTM 890 Duke just officially revealed
2021 KTM 890 Duke recently just officially revealed, built on KTM’s LC8c inline two-cylinder engine platform. This engine block is a key component to “razor” the new 890 Duke becoming more powerful in terms of capacity, torque and sharp handling.
Duke 890 uses 889cc engine block Euro 5 standard
The engine block of the 890 Duke meets Euro 5 emission standards, with a capacity of 889cc and for a maximum capacity of 115 hp at 9,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 92 Nm at 8,000 rpm. These stats increase 10 hp and 5 Nm more than the corresponding figures of the 790 Duke.
Duke 890 2021 equipment and price
The power of the vehicle is controlled using Bosch 9.1 MP ECU electronic controller and 6D angle sensor with 3 driving modes: Rain (Rain), Road and Sport (Sport). There is also an optional Track mode.
Brakes include 300 mm floating disc brakes on the front wheels, with 4 clamped pistons, while the rear wheels have single 240 mm disc brakes with 2 piston clamping points, with corner ABS as standard. The suspension system includes WP Apex 43 mm reversing fork at the front and WP Apex single shock at the rear with adjustable preload.
The 2021 KTM 890 Duke has a dry weight of 169 kg. The fuel tank has a capacity of 14 liters and a seat height of 820 mm. LED headlights and LCD instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity.
Currently, the selling price of Duke 890 has not been announced by the Austrian automaker