The Ducati Monster SP will join similar versions of the Panigale sportsbike and Streetfighter, with many upgrades and more power.
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Italian motorcycle manufacturer, Ducati will introduce seven new models this year in conjunction with the Ducati World Premiere 2023 which will take place online from September.
Ducati has already revealed the titles for the seven episodes before but based on the given titles, we are having a hard time guessing what models will be introduced.
However, thanks to a trademark application filed by Ducati in Australia recently, there is some idea of what model will be on display.
A report by Motorcycle.com revealed that Ducati will introduce several variants of the Monster model. Based on the information shared, there are three variants of Monster that will be introduced, Monster (standard), Monster + and the latest, Monster SP.
Looking at the SP models introduced by Ducati before, including the Panigale V4 SP and Streetfighter V4 SP, the Monster SP is expected to offer the use of lightweight components such as carbon fibre. The brake system on the Monster SP is also expected to be upgraded to Brembo Stylema.
However, the Ducati Monster SP will continue to use a 937cc V-Twin engine that produces 111hp at 9,250rpm and 93Nm at 6,500rpm.