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Ducati launches the 2021 Ducati Monster in India. The Monster is priced at INR 10.99 Lacs and Monster Plus is priced at INR 11.24 Lacs respectively. According to the maker, the new Monster represents all the essence of Ducati in the lightest, most compact, and essential form possible.
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Commenting on the launch Mr. Bipul Chandra, Managing Director, Ducati India said, “The new Monster is a true star for everyone at Borgo Panigale. A brand name that has marked the history of Ducati like few others, by becoming our best-selling model ever as Ducati has sold more than 350,000 motorcycles since the Monster was first introduced in 1993. The new Monster is a completely new bike, designed to be more sporty, light, and easy to ride, to make it accessible to new riders as well as to ones that are more experienced. Globally, we have had a terrific response for the new Monster and I am confident that it will be a hit amongst the riding community in India as it perfectly suits our riding conditions as a naked, light Ducati that is just fun!”
As for the bike itself, the new Monster gets a new engine, a Testastretta 11°, 937 cc L- twin, with Desmodromic distribution and BS6 homologation. When compared to the previous 821, the maker claims that the new engine increases in displacement, power, torque, and decreases in weight (-2.4 kg) to contribute to the lightness of the bike and offers a vastly better riding experience. It now churns 111 hp at 9,250 rpm with maximum torque of 93 nm delivered at just 6,500 rpm, proving to be efficient and reactive in throttle response.
The standard equipment includes ABS Cornering, Traction Control, and Wheelie Control, all adjustable to different levels of intervention. The sporty character of the bike is denoted via the Launch Control, which ensures lightning-fast starts. This electronic equipment also allows in expressing the performance of the bike with a high level of active safety.
The new Monster is equipped with three Riding Modes (Sport, Urban, Touring) that allow shaping the character of the bike according to different riding preferences and needs. Everything is managed via the handlebar controls and the bike now features a new 4.3″ colour TFT dashboard featuring racing graphics inspired by the Panigale V4, with a large rev counter that shows the gear position as well.
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