The Ducati Panigale V4 is up a bit on weight over outgoing model, but makes more horsepower. And, it comes with two sportier sub-models.
The Multistrada 1260 arrives with three sub-models (Multistrada 1260 S, 1260 Multistrada S D-Air, 160 Multistrada Pikes Peak), and the 1200 Enduro returns.
Ducati has released the Scrambler 1100, along with the Scrambler 1100 Special and Scrambler 1100 Sport, to provide a bigger version of its modern classic.
Just in time for Halloween: Costa heads off to Europe to have a close encounter with a Monster!
Want a big-bore Scrambler? Wait a few more days, and we should see one unveiled at EICMA, reports Asphalt & Rubber.
Ducati will add new Enduro model and give the 1200 line a new, bigger engine, says Asphalt $& Rubber.
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.