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New Delhi: In typical Ducati style, the iconic Italian brand will launch the 2023 edition of the Ducati World Premier web series, which will consist of seven episodes – each dedicated to a new model, i.e. seven new bikes. The luxury two-wheeler manufacturer announced the episode dates at the recently concluded Ducati World Week 2022. […]

Edited By : Shriti Aniraj | Updated: Aug 4, 2022 12:21 IST
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New Delhi: In typical Ducati style, the iconic Italian brand will launch the 2023 edition of the Ducati World Premier web series, which will consist of seven episodes – each dedicated to a new model, i.e. seven new bikes.

The luxury two-wheeler manufacturer announced the episode dates at the recently concluded Ducati World Week 2022. All episodes of the web series will be available on the Ducati website, YouTube channel and Ducati social media. It starts on September 2nd and ends on November 7th. All new bikes will be unveiled on November 10 at EICMA 2022.

One can’t help but appreciate Ducati’s clever naming of the new upcoming episodes, ensuring that not much is revealed.

At World Ducati Week, the Bologna-based company unveiled the next-generation Scrambler to guests in a secret room where no one was allowed to click photos. This will be the first major update for the Scrambler since its launch in 2015.

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Overall, it will retain its retro design, although it will be slimmer and lighter than the current model. The new Scrambler gets such work as a new headlight and tail lamp.

The chassis, swingarm and wheels of the 2022 Scrambler will be revised. Ducati has also improved the set of electronics. It will also feature a slipper clutch and quickshifter. We also expect Ducati to introduce new color options.

The current Scrambler is available in two engine trims and Ducati will retain both engines. The base level is powered by 803cc with 72bhp and 66.2Nm while the top variants get 85bhp 1079cc with 88Nm of torque.

In addition to the Scrambler, Ducati is expected to launch a new and more muscular Diavel, new Multistrada and Panigale trims, and possibly an all-electric superbike, the MotoE V21L project.

 

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First published on: Aug 02, 2022 01:48 PM IST

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