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KTM India has unveiled brand-new color schemes for their Duke line of motorcycles. 

KTM currently offers four motorcycles under the Duke brand. 125cc, 200cc, 250cc, and 390cc are available. KTM Duke has seen tremendous success in India for its performance-oriented motorbikes at a reasonable price. The brand-new color schemes would keep the lineup interesting and attract more customers. There has been no change in the price of motorcycles.

KTM Duke 390: New Colors

The KTM Duke 390 is now offered in two distinct hues: liquid metal and dark Galvano. The Duke 390 has a very sly appearance thanks to the Dark Galvano’s matte black surface. The frame, branding on the engine, and the ‘390’ marking on the tank shrouds are all still orange. Black and orange are also included in the liquid metal color scheme. However, orange is featured more prominently here. While most components, including the gasoline tank, rear body panels, headlight surround, and frame, are finished in orange, the front fender, tank extensions, and rear sub-frame are coated in matte black.

KTM Duke 250: Colors

Ebony Black is a brand-new color option for the Duke 250. It combines the colors orange and black. While most of the motorcycle is black, the mudguard, headlight surround, rear subframe, and some pinstriping are completed in orange.

KTM Duke 200: Colors

The latest paint job for the Duke 200 is dubbed Dark Silver Metallic, and it is pretty dissimilar to the other paint jobs we have seen on the Dukes. There is a mix of matte grey, glossy grey, and orange. The fuel tank is matte grey, while the frame, tank shrouds, and front mudguard are all gray. Some badging, wheels, and rear body panels are painted orange. Badging also uses some blue.

KTM Duke 125: Colors

The Duke 125 is also available in Ceramic white. The updated paint job is composed of white, black, and orange, as the name would imply. The rear body panels, rear sub-frame, and tank shrouds are all white, while the mudguard and fuel tank are finished in black. A mix of white, orange, and blue is used for the badging.

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