KTM RC 200 & RC 390 GP edition only brings visual appeal of the MotoGP machines, yet the internals remain untouched…
KTM have brought the symbol of their success in the MotoGP championship to India in the form of RC 200 & RC 390 GP Edition. These new special editions RC 200 & RC 390 are painted in their ‘Tech 3 Livery’ which is currently participating in the 2022 MotoGP championship as the KTM satellite team.
2022 KTM RC 200 & RC 390 – Price, Colour Scheme, Highlights & Availability
In a surprising move, KTM India have introduced the 2022 RC 200 & RC 390 GP editions with no increase in pricing. This means that the new GP edition supersport will ask for the same pricing as the standard RC 200 & RC 390 models.
The 2022 KTM RC 200 GP edition is asking Rs. 2,14,688/- (ex-showroom, Delhi), while the 2022 KTM RC 390 GP edition is being offered for Rs. 3,16,070/- (ex-showroom, Delhi).
KTM India have announced the commencement of bookings for these new special edition supersport models through their wide network of authorised dealerships. The deliveries of these new models will start really soon.
So basically, looking at the new RC 200 & RC 390 GP edition supersport models, we can see that it is just a new paint job, inspired by the bikes that are run by the KTM’s satellite team that is currently participating in the 2022 MotoGP season – KTM Tech 3.
The new ‘GP edition’ paint scheme consists of bright Orange colour that is synonymous now with the KTM brand, contrasted with the use of Black colour – which spells out the brand’s name. The ‘Ready To Race’ tagline of the Austrian brand has also made its way onto either side of the fairing combined with individual model names pasted at the rear section of the bike.
The new GP edition paint scheme will be sold alongside the 2 standard paint schemes offered presently by KTM India. Find the RC model and its respective colour options tabulated below –
Finally, under the new colour schemes and the fairing, the engine & chassis is similar to the standard model. No performance enhancements or chassis tweaks have been introduced to match the GP name for the bike.
So the KTM fans now get the chance of selecting either the road-going colours or track-focused colours while buying the KTM supersport models.