The first day of the INTERMOT show at Cologne, Germany ended on a particularly high note as Ducati took the covers off its new line. [Read more…]
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The attendants at the World Ducati Week in Misano, Italy got a special treat in the shape of the new 2015 Ducati Hypermotard SP. [Read more…]
Ducati have unveiled the latest addition to its Monster family in the form of the all new Monster 821. The new Monster is powered by an all new 821cc Testastretta 11° liquid-cooled V-twin engine, which will produce112 PS of raw power and 89 Nm of peak torque. The Monster 821 sports the DNA of the Italian brand’s previous Monsters – naked beasts with oodles of fun!
The new Monster is set to feature Ducati’s latest technological advancements, and technicians are set to give the 821 plenty of features. The new Monster is set to sport an eight-level traction control system, along with three-level ABS and ride-by-wire. All these standout features make the Monster 821 a more pleasurable and safer bike to ride on the street.
Ducati is set to offer the Monster 821 two liveries – Basic and Dark. The new Ducati Monster 821 will be in dealerships starting July 2014.
Ducati have targeted the new Monster 821 as an interesting option for those in search of an upper-middleweight naked street-fighter.
Stay tuned for more updates.
Story: Sayem Parvez Syed
Italian motorcycle brand Ducati have officially begun the productions of it’s “Super Light” version of their Panigale superbike at the firms Bologna factory. [Read more…]
Italian superbike manufacturers Ducati have consistently been at the forefront of cutting edge motorbiking technology. [Read more…]
Ducati are believed to be working on an all-new Diavel, set to break cover on March 3. [Read more…]
According to the rumour, Lorenzo, who has ridden for Yamaha’ factory team since his debut premier class season in 2008, has already given Ducati his nod for a preliminary agreement for 2015 onwards, with an alleged offer of €15 million per season. If the news is true, Andrea Dovizioso could lose his job at the end of the coming season since Ducati’s new recruit Cal Crutchlow has signed a two-year contract with the Italian factory that terminates at the end of the 2015 season.
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