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From strength to design, what to expect?

Earlier this month, KTM’s parent company Pierer Mobility announced that they are building a new electric bike under the KTM umbrella. As a matter of fact, there is still no launch date or even a launch year. However, there are a few details about the electric bike that are out in the open. Also read – Hero Cycles e-cycle brand opens new experience center

KTM E-Duke

KTM plans to take it slow when it comes to building the new one electric bike† The upcoming E-Duke electric bike will come with power comparable to a KTM Duke 125, the entry-level model with an ICE-powered drivetrain. Also read – Sony PlayStation 5 pre-order date out: how to make sure you get one this time

The new KTM E-Duke will be fairly similar to the Husqvarna E-Pilen in specs and power ratings. According to the document released by the company, the E-Duke will carry the same fixed 5.5 kWh battery pack. It delivers a power of 10 kW or 13.4 hp. Also read – WhatsApp rolls out a new feature that you see when you call

In terms of driving range, the new E-Duke will also deliver figures that are comparable to the Pilen of its sister brand. The bike offers a range of 100 km. This range may not be final and the company may make adjustments to increase or decrease it.

The design of the new bike stays true to the KTM Duke DNA. The company had blurred the image of the bike in its earnings call. However, an earlier document showed the bike without being gritty. The image in the headline is the design of the bike.

In addition to the drivetrain, the KTM E-Duke is also expected to borrow the suspension, frame and brakes from the Husqvarna E-Pilen.

Should we expect more powerful electric bikes from KTM?

Pierer Mobility focuses on low-power electric vehicles to start with. The company states that it enables greater margins. It will also target young people. Once these youngsters are adults, the company plans to be ready with more powerful KTM electric bikes.

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