Although the cases, sump, and exhaust look largely the same as the current bikes, we expect some amount of tinkering to be going on inside the engine. Either for emissions standards and better efficiency, or to improve the powerplant in general. The possibility still remains that KTM will consolidate its lineup of Adventure models by eliminating the standard 1190, keeping the 1050 (mostly for Europe, surely), 1190 Adventure R, and 1290 Super Adventure. That would keep three engines but eliminate a model from the line, while maintaining the spread of product. Expect these new Austrian ADVs to debut later this year as 2017 models.