Ducati Multistrada 1200 Pikes Peak 1262cc

Ducati Multistrada gets 1262cc twin

Ducati will fit a 1262cc L-twin engine in its Multistrada next year and maybe use the engine in its Diavel models. The change in engine has been unveiled in an official statement by the California Air Resources Board (CARB). Currently the 1200cc Testastretta 11 DVT engine is used in the Multistrada with a slightly detuned …

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Ducati 1299 Panigale R Finale Edition

Meet the final 1299 Ducati Panigale

Ducati has unveiled the 1299 Panigale R Finale Edition, the final 1299 L-twin Panigale before the release later this year of their V4 superbike. The new V4 superbike, powered by a version of the MotoGP Desmosedici 1000cc V4, is expected to be unveiled in November at the EICMA show in Milan. Ducati says the Panigale name …

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Ducati XDiavel by Fred Krugger Diavel

More Ducati Diavel variants coming?

Ducati has revealed a radical custom XDiavel which could point to more variants as deliveries of their limited edition Diavel Diesel begin arriving in Australia. Belgian custom designer Fred Krugger has turned his attention to the XDiavel to produce the “Thiveral”, named after a race track near Paris. His one-off design, unveiled at the Bikers’ …

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Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro Pro

Ducati adds Multistrada 1200 Enduro Pro

As Ducati faces a buyout by several suitors, the Italian company is busy releasing new model variants with a recent Scrambler Mach 2.0 and now a Multistrada 1200 Enduro Pro. Ducati Australia says there is no scheduled arrival date or pricing for the new adventure bike model. The Pro features a sand colour scheme, two-tone …

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End of the Ducati L-twin Panigale?

End of the Ducati L-twin Panigale?

Ducati has released a teaser video that seems to hint at the end of the L-twin Panigale line with a limited-edition World Superbike tricolore livery. The 17-second video doesn’t show much and ends with the slogan “When the end tells the whole story”. To us that hints that the new V4 superbike, powered by a …

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Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0 from RSD

Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0 from RSD

Ducati continues to grow its most-popular Scrambler family with the Mach 2.0 which the Italian company commissioned from LA custom house Roland Sands Design. The Mach 2.0 has been unveiled at the Wheels and Waves festival in Biarritz and is named after the 1965 Ducati Mach 1 250. It’s basically an Icon model with 1970s-inspired yellow and brown paintwork …

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Maverick artist Grime's Ducati Scrambler

Ducati Scrambler Maverick project

Ducati North America has launched a project to commission maverick artists to paint and customise their most-popular model yet, the Scrambler. The first Scrambler Maverick (pictured above) has been completed by American tattoo artist Grime. BMW has for years unleashed artists on their cars and Harley-Davidson recently commissioned tattoo artists to customise 22 Sportsters with …

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Ducati Scramblers double Anvil's Scrambler R/T Special

How many more Ducati Scramblers coming?

Ducati Scramblers have doubled in number since they were unveiled in 2014 with four models … and there could soon be 10 models! Last year Ducati expanded the model range with the Flat Track Pro ($15,490) and learner-legal 400cc Sixty2 ($11,990). This year they will add the Cafe Racer, which is as its name describes, and the …

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Ducati Zero electric concept

Ducati Zero electric design concept

If Ducati ever builds an electric motorcycle, it could look like this Ducati Zero futuristic design concept from the Milano Scuola Politecnica di Design (Design Polytechnic School). Design students Bart Heijt, Fernando Pastre and Raquel Villani came up with this design for an electric-powered Ducati in a collaborative project with the Italian motorcycle manufacturer. What we …

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Ducati Diavel Diesel hotter

Ducati Diavel becomes Diesel devil

Ducati haven’t converted the Diavel to diesel power, but they do have a limited edition of 666 (the devil’s number) in collaboration with Italian design house Diesel Licensing. If it tickles your fancy, you better be quick because only five are coming to Australian in May 2017 and they will cost $34,490 (NZ $39,990). That’s $10,000 …

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