The company’s first title was secured shortly thereafter with the 1954 Austrian 125 national championship. KTM first made an appearance at the International Six Days Trials (Enduro) in 1956 where Egon Dornauer secured a gold medal. Racing continued to be a testing ground for production technology, but next in line was its first scooter, the Mirabell. It started providing a factory in 1964. As the company continued to expand, the workforce increased to 400 in 1971, and 40 years after it was founded, KTM was offering 42 different models.
KTM Bikes FAQs
The cheapest KTM bikes in India are the KTM 125 Duke and KTM RC 125, which are priced at Rs. 1.18 lakhs* and Rs. 1.47 lakhs*
The most expensive KTM two wheeler is KTM 390 Adventure priced at Rs 3.61 Lakh.
The most selling bike of KTM models in India is the KTM 125 Duke. The KTM 125 Duke was launched in India in December 2020.