Ducati’s 2017 Monster 821, Multistrada 1200S and Panigale 1299 revealed


Ducati’s 2017 Monster 821, Multistrada 1200S and Panigale 1299 revealed.

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Here’s the first look at the 2017 ‘Volcano Grey’ Ducati Multistrada 1200S, the 2017 Monster 821 with the new Euro 4 motor and the 1299 Panigale that is coming with the factory’s DTC EVO and DWC EVO features.

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We’ve already shown you the SuperSport teaser video on MoreBikes and that bike’s going to be revealed along with these pictured above next week at the Intermot motorcycle show in Germany.

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Here’s what Ducati itself is saying about the upcoming reveals:

Intermot provides a great opportunity to enjoy an international preview of other aspects of the Ducati 2017 range, such as the stylish “Volcano Grey” colour on the Multistrada 1200 S. More than just new colour schemes, there will be appealing, practical technical upgrades: for 2017 the Multistrada 1200 family features a new airbox in the intake zone and new engine calibration; these changes give the twin-cylinder Testastretta DVT even fuller, more satisfying mid-range power delivery.
 
At Intermot Ducati will also be presenting the new EURO 4 engines for the Monster 821 and Diavel. The Monster 821 range, moreover, now features the appealing yet assertive “Dust Grey” colour, an opaque grey of outstanding freshness and flair that perfectly matches the red frame and wheels.
 
Major upgrades have also been made to the Ducati Superbike family, which, on the 1299 Panigale and 1299 Panigale S, sees the introduction of the latest EVO version of Ducati Traction Control (DTC) and Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC). These systems, first seen on the exclusive 1299 Panigale S Anniversario, maximise the performance and active safety of this Ducati Superbike. The new DTC and DWC EVO feature a new algorithm that makes their intervention faster and more precise.

 

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