2018 Ducati Monster 821 is the first of the five new models that the Italian bike maker plans to unveil in 2017
2018 Ducati Monster 821: The original Monster 900 completes 25 years this year and celebrating the iconic motorcycle, Ducati has revealed the 2018 Monster 821 in images ahead of its world debut next month. The Ducati Monster is an icon and for the longest period was the entry offering in the manufacturer. While the new edition comes in the yellow color, paying homage which has been rather popular the bicycle maker has produced a host of changes to the road fighter. Aside from yellowish, the Monster 821 that are upgraded are also available in red and matte colors.
Additionally, the 2018 Ducati Monster 821 features an all-new TFT color tool console which shows the selected gear in addition to fuel indicator. It will also display Urban, Touring, and the numerous riding modes-Sport, while also letting you select between the 3-level Bosch ABS and Traction Control that is 8-level within this Ducati Safety Pack. Other features on the 821 include a quick shift (up/down) along with the Ducati Multimedia System as discretionary.
While paired with a gearbox electricity on the 2018 Ducati Monster 821 continues to come from the 821 cc, Testastretta engine that churns out 86Nm of peak torque at 7750 rpm and 108 bhp at 9250 rpm. Power is down on the version that is new as a result of Euro 4 emissions. The suspension system includes an adjustable monoshock unit at the back and 43 millimeter USD front forks, while performance includes 320 mm front discs with M4-32 calipers and a 245 mm single disc at the rear. Both components are sourced from Brembo.
Ducati plans to reveal five new 2018 bikes next month and the Monster 821 is the first of this whole lot to make its introduction. The bikes will be shown on November 5, 2017, in the Ducati World Premier and will be showcased at the EICMA Motorcycle Show in Milan between November 9-12. The Dragon 821 is India jumped only next year and will go on sale. Expect costs to be around ₹ ₹ ₹ 11 lakh for the updated model as it takes on the Kawasaki Z900 and the new Triumph Street Triple RS.