Bajaj Auto recently launched two supersport bikes from Austrian accomplice KTM's steady — RC 390 and RC 200 — estimated at Rs 2.05 lakh and Rs 1.60 lakh separately (ex-showroom Delhi).
Bajaj Probiking senior VP Amit Nandi said that with the launch of the RC series. KTM's growth in India will be improved.
KTM has developed by 120% in the current money related year, he included.
Bookings for both the bikes will begin from today over the 140 selective KTM dealerships in India, the organization said in an announcement.
While the KTM RC 390 is controlled by a 373cc engine, the KTM RC 200 has a 200cc engine. These two sports bikes are created on KTM's involvement in Moto3, which is the 250cc portion of MotoGP dashing.
Bajaj Auto has been trying to expand offers of Austrian bicycle producer KTM, in which it has 48 % value stake.
The two companies had held hands to generate products and usethe Indian company's plant for assembling.
A year ago, KTM Sportmotorcycles AG expressed that it planned to produce and launch Husqvarna bikes in India in the following two years.
At present, the accomplices offer KTM's scope of bikes, including Duke 200 and Duke 390 in India, while Duke 125 created in at Bajaj Auto's Chakan plant is traded to Europe.