Not much has changed for the revamped Monster, but bodywork is new, the engine is Euro-4 compliant, and it’s available in that classic yellow paint.
Asphalt & Rubber says the Italian manufacturer will stay under Volkswagen ownership.
Here’s a look at the left side of the new Ducati V4 superbike, which will be officially revealed at EICMA.
The Financial Times reports Royal Enfield is about to make a bid for Ducati, possibly as much as $2 billion.
The new Ducati V4 superbike engine will make 210 hp @ 13,000 rpm, and 88.5 lbs.-ft. of torque @ 12,250 rpm.
The real value of this video clip is its recording of the new Ducati’s V4 engine note.
Wondering what the Bologna’s new creation will sound like? Here’s a cellphone recording of the machine in action.
We’ve got the Canadian price tag for Ducati’s optional software upgrade for its older superbikes.
Reuters says majority of supervisory board doesn’t want to sell off Ducati shares at this point, due to strong performance.
Three versions of new Ducati Multistrada 1260 should be expected soon.