2022 KTM Duke 890 GP unveiled, 115 hp, 92 Nm

After the basic KTM 890 Duke version and the 890 Duke R hop up, the KTM 890 Duke GP 2022 has just been unveiled. The Duke 890 GP features graphics derived from the KTM GP16 MotoGP bike, complete with bright orange painted rims.

Seats for the 890 Duke GP iOS identical to those of the 890 Duke R, the seat comes with a cover. This turns the 890 Duke GP into a single-seater, with extra support for the rider during acceleration and the front wheel in aerial frolics.

Despite the graphics and the GP moniker, the 890 Duke GP comes with the same specs as the base 890 Duke. That means adjustable suspension is omitted, along with Brembo Stylema brakes and MCS master cylinder. Meanwhile, the parallel-twin’s output is rated at 115bhp and 92Nm of torque, not the 890 Duke R’s 121bhp and 99Nm.

Other specs for the 890 Duke GP are a six-speed gearbox fitted with an anti-skip clutch while the suspension uses non-adjustable 43mm diameter WP front forks and a preload-adjustable WP monoshock. Standard equipment is a steering damper, Continental ContiRoad tyres, twin 300mm diameter disc brakes with four-piston calipers up front, a 14-litre fuel tank and adjustable hand levers.

In the electronics department, the 890 Duke R comes with four riding modes, ABS with Supermoto mode, Motorcycle Stability Control and cornering ABS. A TFT-LCD panel serves as instruments with a seat height set at 820 mm and a weight of 169 kg.