This new power cruiser uses similar lines but crams in KTM’s flagship V-twin. The riding position looks much more aggressive than, say, a Ducati Diavel (and much more aggressive than the xDiavel) with higher footpegs mounted farther back, and low bars. The musclebound shape has Diavel-competitor written all over it, though, with a broad gas-tank area and a stubby tail section. Even the swingarm-mounted rear hugger is Diavel-esque. There is evidence of Kiska design, too, in the shrouds reaching forward under the handlebar and angular, spaceship shape of the tank. The single-sided swingarm and multi-spoke wheel design seem to have creeped from the Super Duke to this concept, as have the massive Brembo brakes and beefy fork.