Here’s one of the bikes that we’re expecting to surface officially at the Milan motorcycle show next month – this is the Ducati 939 Mutlistrada. We’ve been sent these shots by someone who has found their way into a garage ahead of the new bike getting its screen options and panniers fitted.
Caught in an Italian garage, the bike is clearly seen painted and ready to go. The riding position has been slightly revised over the current bike and we know that the motor is the new 939 unit used in the recently-launched-at-Intermot Ducati SuperSport model. Figures have the 939 Multi putting out around 158bhp and 98Nm, which is pretty meaty.
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It’s going to come with three rider maps and switchable traction control, too. The bike gets a double-sided swingarm instead of the single-sider unit used on the Intermot-revealed Multistrada 1200S.
We first brought you this picture of the 939 a few weeks ago when it was caught out testing on the road in Italy:
Looks pretty cool. What do you reckon? Would a 939 version of this bike be enough to get you to buy one?