This year, the reigning Moto2™ World Champion and Spanish sensation will line up in bright orange on factory RC16s.
Remy Gardner and Raul Fernandez have taken the first step in making an impact in the premier class with the launch of their new kit.
The upcoming MotoGP™ season will be KTM's sixth and will see Tech3 KTM Factory Racing take the RC16 into competition for the longest series in the sport's history.
Gardner, who came through KTM's GP Academy, will be the second Australian on the MotoGP™ grid, joining Jack Miller for the season.
"I am thrilled to start my first season in the MotoGP class. This is the dream of every motorcycle racer and I cannot wait to get started," he said.
"We already had a few tests in 2021 that were encouraging, so I am very excited to improve myself, continue to discover the bike, and be able to learn about this amazing class with so many talented riders.
"I am also looking forward to working again with Tech3, getting along with the team, and continuing the relationship with KTM. This is going to be a long, but interesting year. I know it won't always be easy but I will always push, try and give the best of myself in order to get the best results we can without going too crazy.
I will certainly take this season step by step, but I am very excited to start riding again."
The 2022 MotoGP™ season will begin on March 6 in Qatar at the Losail International Circuit.