Ducati Monster to Soon Arrive at Dealerships Globally

The Italian company, Ducati has announced that the newest model in the Ducati Monster family, the 2021 Monster will soon reach dealerships across the globe. The 2021 Ducati Monster was globally unveiled in December 2020. With over 3,50,000 units produced and distributed throughout the world, the Monster lineup is the best-selling and longest-running family in the history of the Bologna-based company and the new model will carry forward the legacy.

Ducati Monster Engine, Wheels, and Braking System

Cutting-edge performance and unrivaled riding pleasure. The latest evolution of Testastretta 11° twin makes the new Monster your ideal partner. With many of its components redesigned to reduce weight while maintaining performance and reliability, it is powered by a 937cc L-twin Testastretta 11° engine which complies with the Euro 5 emission regulations. This engine churns out 111 hp of power at 9250 rpm and a peak torque of 93 Nm at 6500 rpm.

Ducati Monster

Even the alloy wheels, reduced to a mere 1,7 kg compared to the Monster 821 models, participate in the overall new Monster lightness. The bike runs on 17-inch alloy wheels with Pirelli Diablo Rosso III tyres and supports the sportiness of the Monster, both on dry and wet surfaces. The best possible braking system while maintaining great modulation and light and punctual control in operation – that is the aim of the Ducati engineers who developed, in close collaboration with Brembo, a higher-end braking system. Upfront it mounts twin Brembo M4-32 4-piston monobloc calipers that grip 320 mm discs. At the rear it employs a single 245 mm disc gripped by a Brembo caliper. The seat height is kept at 820mm which can further lower to 800mm to suit the shorter riders.

Ducati Monster Features

Apart from all the above-mentioned points, Ducati has also ensured that the motorcycle has several appealing features. The 2021 Monster is inspired by the original 1993 philosophy involving a lightweight and sporty design, a potent engine, and a superbike-derived frame. A true sporty bike has cutting edge design, Full-LED Headlight, LED Daytime Time Running Light (DRL) System, Fully-Adjustable ABS Cornering, Traction Control, Wheelie Control, Launch Control system, 3 Riding Modes (Sport, Urban, Touring), 4.3” Colour TFT Display and many more.

The lineup has two variants on offer, the Monster, and Monster plus, available with three-color options – Ducati Red, Aviator Grey, and Dark Stealth. The new Ducati Monster is likely to arrive soon at dealerships in the international markets, we expect it to reach the Indian soil during the second half of the year and is expected to be priced around 11-12 lakh (ex-showroom).

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