Ducati India made fun of the 2021 Ducati Monster launch. It will be available in the coming weeks.
The 2021 Ducati Monster could be launched in India in the coming weeks
Ducati India recently released a short teaser video of the 2021 Ducati Monster. It may be launched in India in the coming weeks. The new Naked Roadster from Ducati was announced late last year and gets important updates in terms of styling, performance and features. The new monster styling deviates completely from the design language of the previous monster series. Motorcycles are now getting more edges, slimmer and more mean. The deeply carved fuel tank, new LED headlights, and overall look of the bike resemble the bare look of the MV Agusta. If you look at your profile picture, you can see that the new monster is throwing away the exposed trellis frame.
— Ducati India (@Ducati_India) September 15, 2021
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First, as we said, the monster throws away the trellis frame and gets a brand new aluminum frame inspired by the Panigale V4. The bike is lighter than before, weighs 166 kg dry and is 18 kg lighter than before. The rear subframe is made of fiberglass reinforced polymer (GFRP), which makes it lighter and stronger than before. The motorcycle features a 43mm upside-down fork with 130mm travel and a rear adjustable monoshock with 140mm travel.
The bike also got a new 17-inch alloy that is lighter than before. Using Pirelli Diablo Rosso III rubber, the front is 120/70 and the rear is 180/55. On the front is a twin Brembo M4.324 piston monoblock caliper that grips two 320mm discs. At the rear, the bike gets a single 245mm disc gripped by Brembo calipers. Like the front brake, it features sintered brake pads.
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The 2021 Ducati Monster is powered by a liquid-cooled 937cc L Twin Testastretta engine. The engine is also found on other Ducati models such as the Hypermotard and the 2021 Supersport. For monsters, it is adjusted to 110bhp at 9,250rpm and gives a peak torque output of 93Nm at 6,500rpm. The engine is paired with a 6-speed gearbox and Ducati offers a two-way quick shifter as standard. Compared to the Monster 821, the torque output is increased by 6 Nm, while the output is increased by 2 bhp.
In addition to ABS, cornering ABS, power launch, traction control and wheelie control, the new monster features ride-by-wire and three riding modes: sport, touring and urban. In all modes, the rider can adjust other electronics to suit his requirements. The new Ducati Monster also gets a new 4.3-inch full-color TFT instrument console with graphics inspired by the Panigale V4.
Prices for new monsters can be between Rs 110,000 and Rs 120,000. Globally, there are two variations of bikes, Monster and Monster Plus. The latter features a flyscreen above the headlights and a cowl for the rear seats. When released, it will compete with the Triumph Street Triple R and Kawasaki Z900.
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2021 Ducati Monster teased; India coming soon
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