The 125cc motor features liquid cooling, DOHC, fuel injection and four valves. It produces 15 bhp@10500 rpm and 1.22kgm at 8000 rpm. Transmission is six-speed.
Production will take place at Bajaj's factory in Pune.
The bike's top speed is restricted to 100 kph for its target customers - young Europeans in the 15-17 years age bracket. But it can do more than 120 kph, according to reports.
Features KTM's trademark and exotic-for-India trellis frame and top-notch suspension.
Suspension is designed by WP and made by Endurance in India. At the front, you get inverted forks, while damping duties at the rear are handled by a able monoshock.
The brakes are by Brembo and manufactured by Bybre in India. Front disc is a 280 mm unit, while the rear is a 230 mm unit.
The front tyre is a 110/70, while the rear is 150/60, both being 17-inchers.
Dry weight is 118 kg.
Except for a few components, the bike carries the 'Made in India' tag.
Excellent cycle parts and an eager motor should allow for a lot of fun in urban riding.
Soldiering on - The Bajaj-KTM project
Bajaj KTM bikes to cost more than Rs 1 lakh
Bajaj-KTM bikes to sport Rs 1 lakh-plus tags
Bajaj hikes stake in KTM; new 125cc coming by mid 2011