The KTM RC 2000 looks like a true-blue fully-faired sports bike that looks more muscular, aggressive, and powerful than its actual capacity.
Just a glance at the bike and it will surely win your heart.
The most striking aspect of the bike is its fully-faired body, and illuminating the motorcycle is an all-LED inverted triangular headlight that gives it a premium look. Its sharp angles and geometric shapes make it an absolute beauty and a beast.
The slightly extended windscreen enhances the bike’s look and protects the rider from wind current.
The fully-digital instrument cluster looks extremely attractive and is replete with cutting-edge digital speedometers, odometers, tripmeter, fuel gauge, tachometers, and more.
The 13.7-litre fuel gauge is extremely attractive to look at with its dual-tone colour scheme and gives the bike a muscular appeal.
The seats are separated, with the front seat (rider or saddle seat) at 824 mm. The upswept exhaust pipe reinforces the bike’s racy image.
The bike runs on a pair of 431.8 mm-sized five-spoke alloy wheels. It has a ground clearance of 158 mm and is 1978 mm long, 688 mm wide, and 834 mm tall.
The KTM RC 200 is available in two colour options:
- Dark Galvano
- Silver Metallic
The bike comes in only one variant:
Powering the KTM RC 200 is a 199.5 cc liquid-cooled, DOHC, fuel-injected, one-cylinder and four-stroke BS6 engine with a six-speed gearbox. The engine can generate a max power of 25hp @ 9500 rpm and a peak torque of 19.5Nm @ 10000 rpm.
The engine’s bore and stroke dimensions are 72 mm x 49 mm. Its compression ratio is 14.5:1. Fed by a 13.7-litre fuel tank, KTM RC 200 gives a mileage of 31-35 km/l.
The 2022 KTM RC 200 has many great features that make the bike all the more attractive and sophisticated than its previous versions.
The most prominent feature is the inverted triangular headlight that gives brilliant light and makes the light emit bright light.
The bike features a LED taillight that perches comfortably on the tail section and alerts the vehicles behind the motorcycle when the rider slows down the vehicle or applies the brake.
KTM RC 200 comes with a step-up seat that distributes the weight evenly and gives a comfortable riding experience to the rider and the passenger. And the split rear grab rails give a pillion rider the option to hold on to it comfortably.
The all-black upswept exhaust pipe consists of a stainless steel pre-muffler and header pipe that fit entirely into a thin silencer. It gives the bike a smooth exhaust note and makes it look attractive.
The transmission of the KTM RC 200 is taken care of by a six-speed gearbox. A mechanically actuated wet multi-disc clutch supports the transmission system.
The bike is built on a powder-coated steel trellis frame linked to up-side-down WP APEX 43 front forks and a WP APEX monoshock at the rear.
Taking care of the braking duties are a 320 mm disc at the front wheel and a 240 mm disc at the rear, assisted by a dual-channel anti-lock braking system.