The 2022 390 Adventure and 250 Adventure get few new feature additions apart from new shades in the color palette..
KTM has unveiled its 2022 model year 390 Adventure and 250 Adventure with some updates. Both of these adventure motorcycles, like their cousins – RC series and the Duke series, are manufactured by Bajaj Auto at their plant situated near Pune. From here, all or most of the domestic and global demands are being fulfilled by Bajaj Auto.
2022 KTM 390 Adventure:
The most obvious change has been the introduction of new color options – Black with Orange accents & Orange with Blue accents, matching the colour scheme recently introduced to the new generation RC models.
The 390 Adventure now comes with two new traction control modes – Street and Off-road. These new modes will automatically adjust the degree of rear wheel slip, aiding the rider to better tackle the loose or wet terrain/tarmac.
Another change has been introduced in the design of the alloys of the motorcycle. Instead of the 12-spoke arrangement provided in the earlier version, the updated model receives a 10-spoke alloy arrangement which KTM claims increases the stiffness and resistance for the rims.
2022 KTM 250 Adventure:
Just like the elder sibling, the KTM 250 Adventure also gets the new 10-spoke alloys. New colour options have been introduced as well – Orange with White accents & Blue with White accents.
Other than the ones mentioned above, no other change or update has been introduced to the new models. The 2022 Adventures continue with the same engine specifications as the current variants.
The 390 Adventure is powered by a single-cylinder 373cc motor, delivering 43.5 PS power and 37 Nm torque. The 250 Adventure comes with a 248 cc motor delivering 30 PS power and 24 Nm torque.
The remaining list of features remains unchanged for both motorcycles including LED headlight, LED taillight, digital instrument cluster with bluetooth capabilities, dual ABS, quick shifter, among many others.