2025 KTM 1390 Super Duke GT spy shots front quarter

KTM is never shy when it comes to motorcycle designs. It offers some unique and quirky-looking two-wheelers to its fans all across the globe. And considering the latest spy shots of the 2025 KTM 1390 Super Duke GT, the Austrian brand’s polarising design philosophy will continue.

As per media reports, KTM is testing its new 1390 Super Duke GT in Europe. And honestly, we aren’t surprised. Ever since the 1390 Super Duke R break cover, it was only a matter of when and not if, for KTM to introduce more models based on the new engine. So here we are with the 2025 KTM 1390 Super Duke GT.

2025 KTM 1390 Super Duke GT spy shot left side

Based on the spy images, we can see that the 1390 Super Duke GT will have a very busy front end thanks to the new headlight and windshield. Even the tank shrouds look busy and sharp. It is being said that KTM has incorporated a new subframe to increase the luggage-carrying capacity of the motorcycle. Other expected changes include a new TFT screen, larger fuel tank, revised grab rail and riding ergos.

As for the engine, the 1390 Super Duke GT will use the same 1,350cc, V-twin engine that powers the 1390 Super Duke R. It makes 188 bhp of max power and a peak torque of 145 Nm. One of the key features of this engine is the variable valve timing and lift system that is similar to BMW’s ShiftCam technology and is responsible for enhanced performance, especially at higher rpms.