Ducati has been in the lime light regarding the ongoing talks about its electrified bikes but one thing for sure, the Italian firm has graced reality by presenting all four of its latest motorcycles in its “World Première 2018” event.
The bikes that were introduced were the Scrambler 1100, which will come in Special, Spot, Mach 2 and Street Classic versions. Following that, the new cylinder sport bike 959 Panigale Corse has made its appearance.
Another bike that has joined the bandwagon was the V4 version of the Panigale, which resembles mostly to a MotoGP prototype bike and was ridden by Casey Stoner. Lastly, Ducati unveiled its Multistrada 1260, which came with a new 1262cm3 Testastretta engine with DVT (Desmodromic Variable Timing).
“Ducati is a global brand with a solid Italian core … We’re a 1,600-person orchestra. We’ve come a long way,” said Ducati CEO Claudio Domenicali.
“The year 2017 will, in fact, be the best in our history, the culmination of eight straight years of growth. With these latest bikes in the 2018 range we aim to continue the “symphony” that stems from a team effort in which all members of the ‘orchestra’ interact in perfect harmony, each providing individual excellence to breathe life into our fantastic motorcycles.”