2018 KTM Duke 250 Special Edition models also sport an array of accessories such as prominent orange knuckle guards
2018 KTM Duke 250 Special Edition: KTM’s Thailand subsidiary has showcased a few special edition models dependent on the India-made Duke 250. Targeted at art fans, the bikes feature daring and vibrant contemporary art images on gas tank cladding and tailpiece.
Along with the images, the KTM Duke 250 Special Edition versions also sport various accessories like outstanding orange guards, engine guards (with sliders) that are connected to the trellis framework, and yellowish shields for the front fork.
The bikes also arrive with a fresh flatter headlamp and cowl assembly. It has to be noted that the Duke 250 for the Thai market is to obtain the styling upgrade of their next creation Duke family.
Remainder of the bike appears to have been left unaffected. The KTM Duke 250 is powered by 248.8 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor that’s mated to some 6-speed transmission to make 29.91 PS and 24 Nm of torque.
Like its family, the quarter litre road fighter is underpinned by a steel trellis framework that is suspended by upside-down WP telescopic fork in the front and WP monoshock at the back. Both wheels use a disk brake each.