MCN has uncovered a leaked company report revealing every single new model coming from KTM in the next two years.
The report was published by Eastern European bank Raiffeisen Centro, and recommends investors to buy shares in the company. The report includes a full three year model plan (the report was compiled in 2006 and completed early in 2007) for the company.
The document attributes KTM’s recent sales growth to the expansion of the on-road range, and calls the new range ‘an on-road offensive’.
The ranges will be based around three engines – the current ‘990’ V-twin engine (actually 999cc), the 690 single introduced for 2007 (actually 654cc), and an all-new ‘1190’ v-twin (real capacity 1199cc).
Highlights of the forthcoming range include a production version of the Venom concept bike, using the 1190 engine, and an RC4 single-cylinder sportsbike - both due to be part of the 2009 model year.
See the full story in the August 22 edition of MCN, or click here to download and read the document itself, listing all the new models.