KTM has revealed its new dual-sort line, which is dramatically redesigned for 2020. The offerings will once again include the 500EXC and the 350EXC . As of now, there’s no mention of a 250EXC. KTM often offers a 450 version later in the year as a Six-Days special edition, and there is a possibility of a 250 version, but that has yet to be announced. The motors on the two 2020 bikes are said to have some changes, but the big update is the frame and bodywork. The chassis still employs PDS rear suspension and a WP Xplor fork.
Here’s what KTM had to say:
Building on the constantly evolving and advancing technology found in KTM’s enduro machines, this wide range of KTM models boasts the very latest in innovation. These 2020 machines feature updated high-performance engines, a new chassis with improved WP XPLOR suspension, improved handling, new bodywork, new air filter box, new cooling system, and new exhaust systems. These improvements and refinements, combined with the high-quality NEKEN handlebar, Brembo brakes, No-Dirt footpegs, and CNC-milled hubs with Giant rims fitted as standard equipment, ensure that the new KTM EXC and XC-W machines are the best performing and most extreme offroad and dual-sport bikes on the market.