- Leaked documents confirm three new Ducati models
- Based on existing motorcycles
- Likely to be launched by end of 2020
Ducati is likely to unveil three new motorcycles soon, leaked documents from the Environmental Protection Agency in the USA have confirmed.
First off is the Multistrada 1260 Enduro Grand Tour which, as its name suggests, is based on the completely off-road-focused Multistrada 1260 Enduro. While Ducati already has a GT version of the standard Multistrada 1260, the Enduro Grand Tour will be the best of both worlds. So, we can expect features like heated grips, panniers and top-box, and a larger windscreen as standard.
Then there is the Diavel 1260 Lamborghini, a brilliant specimen of cross-marketing from the Volkswagen Group which owns Ducati as well as Lamborghini. However, the Diavel 1260 Lamborghini won’t use a V12 and make do with a potent 1262cc, L-twin that churns out 157bhp and 129Nm instead. The model is likely to incorporate the 'Raging Bull' branding all over along with a few carbon-fibre components and a colour scheme to match.
The Italian manufacturer also has a Scrambler 1100 Pro Dark up its sleeve. As with other Dark models in Ducati’s stables, the Scrambler 1100 Pro Dark variant will feature an all-black paint job and is likely to be more affordable than the bike it is based on.
These new motorcycles from Ducati are expected to be unveiled by the end of 2020. And we can expect them to arrive in India a few months after their global launch.