Last updated on – 25 May, 2017

India, as a developing country, has a huge platform to perform in the two wheeler industry. So, not only the domestic manufacturers but also the international auto majors are trying their level best to offer products in this emerging market. At a place where several Indian two-wheeler manufacturers are dominating in the budgeted, fuel efficient commuter segment. On the other side, the international bike makers are offering their premium masterpieces for different category audiences. Following the same path, the legendary Italian bike maker, Ducati, which already has a number of products available in India, is going to expand its Indian lineup with the addition of a host of products in adventure, sports and scrambler range. The list of upcoming products in 2017 are given below:

Ducati Upcoming Bikes in India

Ducati Upcoming Bikes in India

 

Let’s have a look on the BMW and Ducati upcoming motorcycles and get their features, specifications, expected price, power, mileage and much more.

Ranking Model Name Expected Launch Date Details
1 Ducati Scrambler Cafe Racer Third Quarter of 2017 More
2 Ducati Multistrada 950 14 June 2017 More
3 Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled Third Quarter of 2017 More
4 Ducati Monster 797 14 June 2017 More
5 Ducati Supersport Late 2017 More
6 Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 End of the Year More
7 Ducati Hyperstrada 939 Late 2017 More

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Ducati Scrambler Café Racer

Ducati Scrambler Cafe Racer

Ducati Scrambler Cafe Racer

Ducati Scrambler Cafe Racer is a more fun and flavored iteration of the parent Scrambler. The upcoming have conventional Cafe Racer DNA in its veins. The one-piece handlebar with bar end mirrors and the removable seat cowl cumulatively offers a unique appeal to the motorcycle. Other fascinating features of the new Scrambler Cafe Racer are the gold paintwork on the fuel tank and on alloy wheels, and right side placed number plate which offers a raw look to the motorcycle. The Euro 4 compliant, 803cc, L-Twin, the air cooled engine generates 75bhp of maximum power to cruise the forthcoming Scrambler Cafe Racer.

Ducati Multistrada 950

The Ducati Multistrada 950

Ducati Multistrada 950

The Ducati Multistrada 950 is a downsized version of Multistrada 1200, which shares the trellis frame of mentioned elder sibling. Powered by a 937cc Testastretta L-Twin engine, the motorcycle in question is a true adventure tourer with capabilities such as KYB supplied 49mm inverted front forks, Sachs rear mono shock, 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels. Other equipment like riding modes, traction control, and ABS, which not only provide dynamic riding experience but also enhances rider’s confidence.

Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled

The Scrambler Desert Sled

Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled

The Scrambler Desert Sled is a modern Scrambler with promising off-roading capabilities. Built on a base Scrambler frame, the Desert Sled is meant to be a hard performer with equipped components as it gets a high-mounted new front fender, newly designed durable aluminum swingarm, dual-sport tires, and a new headlight grill, which adds a plus to the Desert theme of the motorcycle. Borrowed powertrain from Scrambler Cafe Racer, an L-Twin air-cooled 803cc mill produces necessary propelling power in the maximum range of 75bhp.

Ducati Monster 797

The new Ducati Monster 797 is claimed to be the smallest bike in the Monster series. It made its first public appearance at 2017 EICMA Motor Show. The 797 flaunts a red Trellis frame architecture along with a muscular fuel tank and the trademark Monster headlamp in the front. It also gets LED indicators, LED tail light and digital instrumentation. The new Monster 797 runs on stylish 10-spoke 17-inch alloys that are shod with 120/70 front and 180/55 rear Pirelli Rosso II tyres. Other highlights include a twin-spar swingarm, KYB 43mm front USD forks and a Sachs monoshock at the rear.

Ducati Monster 797

Ducati Monster 797

Mechanically, the new 2017 Ducati Monster 797 comes with an 803cc Desmodue L-Twin engine that churns out 75 BHP/68Nm. The same engine powers the Scrambler as well. It comes mated to a 6-speed transmission. The Monster 797 comes assembled with a slipper clutch. It will come to India via CBU from Thailand. The import duties won’t be too much and the bike is expected to wear a pretty attractive sticker price of Rs 8.7 Lakh(approx.)

Ducati Supersport

Ever since its launch, Ducati has been endeavoring to solidify its foot in India and it has certainly grabbed the market by iconic machines. Out of a host of spellbound products, the Italian major is focusing on a more road-oriented sportster, which is sporty yet appropriate for daily commuting. The bike is the Supersport, which is likely to dish the segment in 2017.

Ducati Supersport

Ducati Supersport

However, the ergonomics are not as rich as the Panigale range, still, the motorcycle is a package of electronic goodies and rider aids. Featuring a 113 horsepower engine displacing 937cc, the Supersport is fueled by a 4.2 gallon fuel tank, which maintains medium distance rides.

Apart from this, it also gains the full complement of riding modes just like other bikes from Ducati, viz, Sport, Touring and Urban. Thanks to the Free Trade Agreement between and Thailand, the bike will be boarded to India with less taxation (if any).

Ducati Scrambler Sixty2

The Ducati is gearing up to extend the portfolio of Scrambler in our country. The Italian firm will launch its scrambler bike, named Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 in first quarter, 2017. The motorcycle gives smooth and easy riding as it is featured with a steel trellis swing arm, standard Showa fork at the front side and Kayaba rear shock and pre-load adjustable at the rear end.

Ducati Scrambler Sixty2

Ducati Scrambler Sixty2

The Scrambler Sixty2 is powered by the air-cooled, L-Twin and 399cc engine that delivers the 41 BHP at 8750 RPM and a vertex torque of 25.3 ft-lb at 7750 RPM. The bike will be available at the expected price of INR 4.75 lakhs.

Ducati Hyperstrada 939

The Ducati Hyperstrada 939 is an upgraded form of the Hypermotard concept with a series of cutting-edge technologies and features for a new riding experience even when you are away from home.  Built around the famous Hypermotard’s steel tube trellis frame, the adventure tourer is blessed with new 937cc, Testastretta L-Twin engine. The upgraded mill is now able to deliver a peak power of 112bhp and the vertex torque of 98Nm. Respired by the oil cooling radiator, the more powerful than ever, complies the new EURO 4 emission norms.

Ducati Hyperstrada 939

Ducati Hyperstrada 939

The major highlight on the aesthetics front is the sporty and vivacious character along with handguard mounted LED indicators from the automaker’s racing lineup. Electronically, it is garnished with the features like Bosch ABS system, traction control, three riding modes option and drive by wire technology. Moreover, other utilitarian features for enhancing the riding joy on an adventure trip include touring windscreen, comfortable seat, center stand, side bags, remote rear suspension pre-load adjuster and more. The Hyperstrada 939 is expected to launch soon as the automaker has started to accept bookings for the tourer. Potential buyers can place their order by making payment of INR 2 Lakh token amount. On pricing, it will receive an expected upsurge of INR 50,000 than the outgoing model.

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