KTM has been a force to be reckoned with in all three MotoGP race categories from MotoGP down to Moto2 and Moto3. Their efforts from the past couple of years didn't really come to play in terms of similar models from their production line, but that's all about to change come 20 July 2021.
Below is a short teaser of their plans to launch a limited-edition track bike inspired by their efforts in MotoGP's intermediate class, Moto2. Not a lot of details were shown in the short clip, but they did mention that there will only be 100 units available for global consumption. And all of them will be hand-built.
Since the Moto2 race series is currently using Triumph's 765cc inline-three engine, we're guessing that this limited-edition model will utilise KTM's very strong race-winning chassis. As for the powertrain, the sound from the video might indicate KTM's 890cc parallel-twin engine.
Used in the brand's current 890 Duke offering, this limited-edition will most likely have a more aggressive setup compared to the Duke's 115hp and 92Nm torque output. We're guessing that this upcoming track-only Austrian beast will produce somewhere north of 130hp, together with other race bits from the likes of Brembo, WP Suspension, and many more. Should be a sweet ride, this KTM track bike.