KTM models vary widely and range from off-road motorcycles to street bikes to sports cars and everything in between; even the ultimate go-karts and Sport minicycles are being manufactured at this point. To Off-road motorcycles belongs up to 40% of the company`s production and KTM owns 50% of the Enduro market share.
The Enduro model has over 21 different variations, each pertaining to different riding styles. In new 2014 models, the Enduro has undergone some major renovation that includes new lower triple clamp, a new engine, a new exhaust system, a revised body with a different headlight and a lighter frame. The MX (Motocross) is extremely quick and agile for racing and is a favorite for many racers. The Freeride is basically the same as the Enduro model, but has less engine power. The Supermoto has many new upgrades in 2014 and include a new gearbox with 6 gears instead of 5 which reduces the weight by 250 grams, new front brake, new master clutch cylinder and a revised wire harness. The 450 SX-F has a new exhaust, new 3 layer head gasket, a lighter camshaft, and the crankcase has had its kick starter dome removed to reduce weight by 300 grams.
The MY range for 2014 have also had many upgrades for this year's lineup. Some of these changes include a new frame and suspension, new intake snorkel to increase the power, new header pipe and silencer, new cylinder with a larger bore and piston along with a new clutch.
Along with these models, there are also the Travel model, the Duke Series models, the Modelle model, the Naked Bike and the Six Days models. These bikes have not had substantial changes made to their functionality or aesthetics in the 2014 model year range, though the suspension has been tweaked slightly for some of the models to ensure perfection, which KTM products are known for. KTM promises more models in the coming years along with the further perfecting of the current models, as well as an ultimate go-kart for purchase and a sports car currently in production.