After months of anticipation and waiting, Ducati has finally announced the launch of its all-new Monster range in India, with Monster priced at INR 10.99 Lacs and Monster Plus priced at INR 11.24 Lacs respectively (ex-showroom India). The new Monster represents all the essence of Ducati in the lightest, most compact and essential form possible. The recipe is the same like it was in 1993: a sporty engine, that is perfect for road use, combined with a Superbike-derived frame.

Ducati Monster Look - Bike Blogs Online

This is an all-new bike with a new engine too – Ducati has brought in the Testastretta 11°, 937 cc L- twin with 111hp and 93Nm of torque. Compared to the previous 821, the new engine increases in displacement, power, torque and decreases in weight (-2.4 kg). Thanks to the increased displacement, the torque improves at all revs, particularly in the medium-low range, most used on the road and between corners. This ease of riding is also supported by the new gearbox and the Ducati Quick Shift Up / down fitted as standard.

Ducati Monster Rear Look - Auto Magazine India

The aluminium front frame replicates the same concept found on the Panigale V4. It is short and attached directly to engine heads. With a weight of only 3 kg, this frame is 4.5 kg lighter (60% less) than the previous trellis, helping to reduce the dry weight of the bike to just 166 kg. Each component is redesigned and lightened; the rims lose 1.7 kg and the swingarm weight is less by 1.6 kg. The rear sub frame decreases by 1.9 kg, thanks to the GFRP (Glass Fibre Reinforced Polymer) technology, that has allowed the optimization of shapes and surfaces to the benefit of lightness and dimensional compactness. The total weight saving is an impressive 18 kg compared to the Monster 821.

Ducati Monster Speedometer - Car News Online

The standard equipment includes ABS Cornering, Traction Control and Wheelie Control, all adjustable to different levels of intervention. This electronic equipment also allows in expressing the performance of the bike with a high level of active safety.
The new Monster is equipped with three Riding Modes (Sport, Urban, Touring) that allow to shape the character of the bike according to different riding preferences and needs. Everything is managed via the handlebar controls and the bike now features a new 4.3″ colour TFT dashboard featuring racing graphics inspired by the Panigale V4, with a large rev counter that shows the gear position as well.

Ducati Monster Front Look - Bike Update Online

Prices for the Moster range are mentioned below (ex-showroom, India):
• Monster Red with Black Wheels: INR 10, 99,000
• Monster Dark Stealth with Black Wheels: INR 11, 09,000
• Monster Aviator Grey with GP Red Wheels: INR 11, 09,000
• Monster Plus Red with Black Wheels: INR 11, 24,000
• Monster Plus Dark Stealth with Black Wheels: INR 11, 34,000
• Monster Plus Aviator Grey with GP Red Wheels: INR 11, 34,000

All-New Ducati Monster bookings start in India