Front and rear radar coming to Ducati Multistrada warn

Ducati radar to warn riders by 2020

Ducati has announced that by 2020 it will add front and rear radar sensors to its motorcycles to warn riders of dangers. They are called blind spot warning and adaptive cruise control in cars where they have been used extensively for years. However, Ducati calls their technology ARAS (Advanced Rider Assistance Systems). The systems include …

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Ducati Scrambler 1100 Cafe Racer next?

Ducati Scrambler 1100 Cafe Racer next?

These four Ducati Scrambler customs could be an indication that the Italian company is considering a cafe racer version of its new Scrambler 1100.  Since its release in 2015, Ducati’s Scrambler family has become the top seller with more than a dozen models released. While BMW Motorrad has announced that their R nineT line-up is …

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Ducati Scrambler Hashtag online

Ducati Scrambler Hashtag 400 online now

The Ducati Scrambler Hashtag 400 is now on sale as the world’s first motorcycle model only available online. As we predicted on February 8, it’s a version of the 399cc Sixty2. Price is €6990 plus on-road costs which is about $A10,990. Ducati Australia spokesman Simon Leplaw says he does not yet have local pricing and …

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Ducati’s online Scrambler Hashtag

In a world first, Ducati will sell a new model called the Scrambler Hashtag online only, not through dealerships. The model is quaintly called the Scrambler Hashtag and is obviously aimed at millennials who are more at home with shopping online than in dealerships. Scrambler Hashtag will be available from February 19, but Ducati has …

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Ducati 959 Panigale in white

2018 Ducati colours will cost you more

Ducati Australia has issued its 2018 price list with more “models” than ever before mainly due to separate pricing depending on what colours you choose. All motorcycle manufacturers charge more for multi-colours, race replica paintwork, metal flake, multi-coat, pearl finish or other special colour schemes and paintwork. However, Ducati simply charges more for some plain …

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Ducati Zero electric concept 2020

Electric Ducati and scooter by 2020?

A Ducati boss has been reported as claiming the Italian company will produce an electric bike and a scooter by 2020. The electric bike comments by Ducati Western Europe managing dress tor Edouard Lotthe to a French moto website come as no surprise. Ducati have already licensed two electric projects to other companies. In 2015, …

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2018 Ducati Panigale 959 Corse

Ducati adds midsize Panigale 959 Corse

The 2018 Ducati 959 Corse is designed as a midsize track-day bike that you can ride on the road. The Corse version features a titanium Akarpovic exhaust, Ohlins suspension, lightweight lithium battery, MotoGP livery and a suite of electronic rider aids. It arrives in Australia in late April with pricing announced closer to arrival. However, …

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2018 Ducati Multistrada 1260PikesPeak Pikes Peak

2018 Ducati Multistrada 1260

Ducati has expanded its Multistrada range with the introduction of the Multistrada 1260 boasting a bigger 1262cc engine and more touring capability. The new Multistrada 1260, Multistrada 1260 S, Multistrada 1260 S D|Air (with airbag system), Multistrada 1260 Pikes Peak are also joined by a Multistrada 1200 Enduro Pro with 30-litre fuel tank. They are …

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Ducati Panigale V4 1409 - scrambler 1100 theme safe colours motorcycle seat

Ducati debuts 157.5kW Panigale V4

Ducati has unveiled the world’s most powerful street bike, the Panigale V4 1409, powered by the MotoGP-derived V4 Desmosedici Stradale engine with 157.5kW (214hp) of power. That is less than the Kawasaki H2R at 240kW and Honda RC213V-2, but they are track-only bikes. However, it the most powerful street-legal sports bike beating the MV Agusta F4 …

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