KTM and Brabus Join Forces Again: New Brabus 1400 R to Roar with KTM LC8 V-Twin Power

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German performance tuning company Brabus and KTM are set to unveil their latest collaboration, the Brabus 1400 R, based on the advanced KTM 1390 Super Duke R (Evo) platform. Building on the success of their previous models, the Brabus 1400 R is anticipated to make an official debut later this year.

Trademark Filings Hint at Variants: Brabus 1400 R Signature, Tailor Made, and Rocket in the Pipeline

Recent trademark filings suggest that the Brabus 1400 R will come in multiple variants, including the Brabus 1400 R Signature, Brabus 1400 R Tailor Made, and the Brabus 1400 R Rocket. These models are expected to showcase the distinctive blend of performance and style synonymous with both KTM and Brabus.


Details on Power and Performance: Utilizing the Potent KTM LC8 Engine

The heart of the Brabus 1400 R will be the robust 1,350 cc LC8 engine, borrowed from the KTM 1390 Super Duke range. With 190 horsepower at 10,000 rpm and 145 Nm of peak torque at 8,000 rpm, enthusiasts can anticipate an exhilarating ride. Brabus, known for refraining from extensive engine tuning, is likely to leverage the stock capabilities of the KTM powerplant.

Design Elements and Limited Edition Appeal: Carbon Fiber and Exclusive Features


While design details are yet to be revealed, expectations are high for top-notch features such as a round LED headlight and carbon fiber components. As limited edition models, the Brabus 1400 R series is poised to be a high-end offering, potentially surpassing the cost of its KTM 1390 counterparts.

As enthusiasts eagerly await the official confirmation from KTM and Brabus, all signs point to the Brabus 1400 R becoming the next iconic collaboration between the two renowned brands, utilizing the cutting-edge KTM LC8 platform for a thrilling ride on the streets.

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