Releasing the first official images of the smaller-capacity 2017 KTM Duke 250, the Austrian manufacturer has finally revealed their new potential best-seller after keeping it off the pavilion at EICMA 2016. Images of the new model has been updated in many country websites of the manufacturer.The 248.8cc, fuel-injected, single cylinder engine of the 2017 KTM Duke 250 is capable of producing 30bhp of power and 24Nm of torque. The styling is similar to that of its bigger siblings in the 2017 Duke line-up. However, to keep pricing in check, some of the premium features like the LED headlamps and the TFT instrument cluster have not been added. The ride-by-wire system has also been struck off the list of features.Other than the revised styling, another major design change is the re-positioning of the exhaust. KTM has taken more conventional approach by mounting the canister on the side, instead of its previous location under the belly. ABS comes standard as stopping power is provided by a 300 mm front disc and a 230 mm rear disc.Before you pull out the checkbooks, do note that as of now KTM has no plans to launch the bike in India or Europe as the 2017 KTM Duke 250 is primarily targeted at South East Asian markets.