The new KTM 390 Adventure has emerged. The new spied shots of the Adventure 390 looks very close to being production-ready. The prototype production bike features an LED headlamp, indicators, mirrors and even a rear number plate, hinting at its ready-for-production status. The exhaust appears to be a downtube from the cylinder head that feeds into a collector box underneath the swingarm pivot, which then flows into a large side-mounted upswept end-canister.

The headlight looks similar to the one on the 390 Duke. The headlight gives the bike a slimmer-looking profile while providing some level of wind protection. The footpegs does not seem to be as high up and rear-set as they are on the Duke, and the handlebar seems taller as well.


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