It Will be available, when emission regulations force them to do it.
Simple as that.
That has been been stated by KTM for quite a while.
Hopefully, they may bring them out before that, to really get a jump with the 'modern 2t' market, or just simply raise their overall sales.
Yes, it will cost more than a bike with a carb - you never know though, they may factor in the Big profits they have made on their 2ts, that they have made with so very little change (the 2 engine modules) for so many years............ wishful thinking, perhaps on my part.
As emission levels tighten, DFI or other clean tech for 2ts has to happen. Otherwise they will disappear.
The majority of KTM 2ts, are Road Registerable bikes, around the world. They need to be, to get sales.
All types of 2ts will benefit from new tech. Think of just how good a comparatively simple 600cc inline twin(cheapest) or V twin would be. It Would be cheaper, lighter, economical, and more powerful and tractable than a 600cc 3 or 4 cylinder Super Sports bike. How about a 1000cc Superbike? Then just think a little more about so many other capacities / applications, including cars etc.