Advice 23 Nov 2022

Detailed: 2023 KTM RC and Duke ranges

Fresh new decals and colour updates set to arrive from February.

KTM has introduced updated liveries across its 2023 street range, allowing riders to find a machine that matches their true Ready To Race colours.

The Austrian brand – continuing to excel in grand prix competition with Red Bull KTM Factory Racing – roars into the new year with a fast-as-ever brace of street motorcycles, covering the full spectrum of road-going machines catering to all riders and riding types.

At the entry point, KTM brings the small, but mighty, KTM 390 Duke naked machine out to play. The middle-weight corner rocket receives two new colourway updates – a vibrant orange and blue/grey option, and stealthy black and matt grey hue adding a darker, more sinister shadow to the streets.

This is flanked by the impressive new-generation supersport weapon in the KTM RC 390. It receives the KTM GP orange treatment, complete with black exhaust and a dark-tinted screen as standard that will add to its race-bred appearance.

Not to be outdone in the mid-weight class, the KTM 890 Duke GP brings extreme attitude and the KTM 890 Duke R provides the class muscle. For 2023, the range is updated with new premium hues taking their inspiration from the vibrant KTM 1290 Super Duke RR prototype and grand prix teams.

The KTM 890 Duke GP introduces more black to the fray, with an eye-catching black-on-white colourway, set off by a striking orange subframe and orange wheels. It comes in addition to the ever-aggressive stance of the KTM 1290 Super Duke R variants.

KTM’s updated line of 2023 street models will begin landing at authorised KTM dealerships in Australia from February 2023 onwards. For more news about the entire 2023 KTM model range and added specifications, visit