Heres What Ducati India Has In Store For 2021

It looks like it will be a big year for the Bologna product with the launch of almost six products in the pipeline

After passing almost all of 2020, blocking the last few months, without doing anything, Ducati wants to make the most of 2021. The Italian brand has brought the Panigale V2, Scrambler 1100 and Multistrada 950S to our coast by 2020 but by 2021, there will be at least six new imports, if not more. Here are the saved:



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IMultistrada V4

Expected amount - Rs 20 lakh forward

Expected Delivery - Q2

Ducati’s most prominent project right now, Multistrada V4 takes adventure travel to a whole new level. Powered by the 1,158cc Granturismo V4 engine, the bike is the most powerful at the moment. It is not a fire-breathing dragon that delivers 200PS like its cousins ​​Panigale and Streetfighter, the remaining content is only 170PS. Torquey, however, has 125Nm at the tap. Expect this to be one of Ducati’s brightest motorcycles by 2021.

Streetfighter V4

Expected Amount - Rs 18 p

Expected Delivery - Q1

It has been more than a year since Ducati launched the Streetfighter V4 worldwide. Sadly, its non-EU5 compliance meant it would not be brought to India until the engine received the required updates. Thankfully, the bike has not lost its performance. Its 1,103cc Desmosedici Stradale V4 mill produces 208PS and 123Nm, making it the strongest motorcycle when it is first sold here.

Scrambler BS6

Expected amount - Rs 8 lakh - Rs 11 lakh

Expected Delivery - Q1

While Panigales and Multistradas remain stars, the Scrambler range is the most accessible of many Ducatistis. The classic styles of Icon and Desert Sled will be augmented by a new variation called Nightshift, which is a combination of the old Cafe Racer and the Full Throttle variant. The specific prices were disclosed online via the configurator but we are still awaiting official confirmation from Ducati.



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The beast

Expected Amount - Rs 11 p

Expected Delivery - Q3

This bike has caused a great deal of controversy in the online community because of the way it is designed. While it’s natural for Ducati to make its Monster brighter and more violent, but the way the new 950 looks, it definitely doesn’t make fans happy. No exposed tubular metal trellis frame, no conventional fuel tank, and non-circular lamp. It is very light and has a lot of power at the tap now, thanks to the 937cc L-twin engine. Let's hope this new bike model pays off and the King is also one of the most powerful forces to be reckoned with in the middle space.

SuperSport 950

Expected Amount - Rs 15 p

Expected Delivery - Q2

Ducati will offer its 937cc engine in three different flavors by 2021. The Multistrada 950S plays the role of an adventure guard while the King will watch the attention of the bully naked rider. The SuperSport 950, however, will offer a kind of clean balance between the two, all wrapped up in a new design inspired by Panigale. The well-mannered Ducati is one of the most exciting Ducatis in recent times, and it can certainly be enjoyed without having to worry about back pain and heartache as we ride our non-tropical roads. Ducati says it can keep you happy around the race track. It certainly won't be as sharp as the Panigale V2 but it should be as good as it gets.

Panigale V4

Expected Price - Rs 22 lakh onwards

Expected Delivery - Q1

Last but not least, star, beauty, Ducati sports bike crown, Panigale V4 will once again appear on the Indian motorcycle scene. This was so popular with the bike, that a handful of BS4 units were left unsold. Now, with standard wings in all genres, the sport bike will add extra dimension to your track day experience. There is also a new type of hardcore SP, in which a few units can be imported. Find out what's special about SP in our story here.



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Other Possible Bike Launch

The Ducati cruiser line has also been updated to meet BS6 / EU5 standards. XDiavel and Diavel 1260 each receive special editions and Ducati India may require a few to get these versions. What remains to be seen is the fate of models like the Multistrada 1260 and Hypermotard 950. Will these models be axed? Will they receive their updates by 2021? We will have to wait and see. But Ducati is looking at a 2021 red cartoon with its models.

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