Italian sports bike company Ducati will launch 12 bikes this year. Some of these will be BS66 versions of existing models and some will be brand new offerings. This year the company may also resume some activities.
- January 7, 2021, 10:06 AM IST
Ducati said that due to the Corona virus epidemic in 2020, there were problems. This was the reason that the pre-decided launch had to be postponed. However, due to the festive season in late 2020, the company got some benefit due to three new BS6 bikes. This is the reason that the company is now confident about the future of 2021 and beyond.
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The 12 bikes that Ducati will launch this year will all be based on BS6 emission norms. Scrambler Icon will be launched first. The company has upgraded the model to BS6 Norms. Please tell that booking of BS6 Scrambler Icon and Scrambler Icon Dark has also started. If you want to buy this bike, then you can make a booking through your nearest dealership with an initial payment of Rs 50,000.What is the complete plan of this year’s Ducati?
This year the company is working on its expansion plan. Under this plan, BS6 models of Scrambler, Diavel and XDiavel will be introduced in the first quarter of 2021. After this, new bikes will be launched including Multistrada V4, Streetfighter V4 and MY2021 Panigale V4 based on V4 engine platform. In the second half of this year, the company will launch in the super naked segment. In the second half, the company will introduce Monster, SuperSport 950 and Hypermotard 950 RVE.
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After these launches, the company is now ready to resume the activities. Ducati is now going to resume activities like DRE Dream Tour, Off Road Days, Track Days, Individual Race Track Training Sessions. Apart from this, DRE Safety will also be offered. However, the company has also said that these activities will also depend on how the circumstances of Kovid-19 are ahead.