Comparing the KTM RC series to other sport bikes made in India, it has an own charm. It dominates the single-cylinder motorcycle market, and only Royal Enfield offers several engines bigger than the RC 390. That is also more focused on torque, making the KTM RC 390 the clear champion of its category. You won’t see a KTM RC 390 from Autologue Design with such a distinctive attitude very often, I assure you.
Anmol Singh of Pune is the owner of this RC 390, which has an eight-color body. The AGV emblem is the only graphic present, and the paint pattern is often unique from that of other vehicles. The side fairing features the same inserts as the front fender, which is finished in a neon shade. Gloss black predominates above the fuel tank, which is covered in inserts in red, blue, white, and a variety of other colours. Even a custom unit has been installed in place of the rear cowl.
While the rear cowl may be purchased for INR 5,000, the paint work costs INR 15,000. A 373.2 cc, single-cylinder engine with a maximum power output of 43.5 PS powers the RC 390. The motorcycle now generates 36 Nm of torque as opposed to 35 Nm in the previous edition. The 2017 model’s side mounted exhaust and UV-resistant paint are new additions, but otherwise there have been no visible modifications to the motorcycle’s appearance. To improve pillion comfort, the new version’s rear seat padding was added.