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The new Ducatis for 2018 feature all-new as well as updated motorcycles.

The company showcased seven new motorcycles at its Ducati World Premier 2018. Here’s what the company announced:

959 Panigale Corse

The company has taken its smaller Panigale 959 and given it the Corse treatment. The bike now features a fully adjustable Ohlins fork, a TTX36 rear monoshock and an adjustable Ohlins steering damper. The 959 Corse also gets a special racing colour scheme. Power figures remain unchanged – the bike makes 150hp and 102Nm.

Scrambler Mach 2.0

The Mach 2.0 features a new retro paint job on its fuel tank and has other cosmetic bits like its seat that have been borrowed from the Scrambler Flat Track Pro. The bike’s blackened exhaust cover, engine heads and brushed fins are lifted from the Scrambler Café Racer.

2018 Monster 821

The Monster 821, which was revealed last month, uses the same headlight as the Monster 1200, and now features a colour TFT instrument cluster. The 821 is fitted now with a Euro-IV compliant engine and a new yellow paint colour.

Iceberg White xDiavel S

The company showed its 2018 xDiavel S in a new ‘Iceberg White’ colour. This is the first time that the company is selling an xDiavel model without a dark colour scheme.

All-new Panigale V4

The all-new V4-powered Panigale flagship is powered by a 1,103cc V4 engine that makes 214hp and 123.5Nm. There are three trims – base, S, and the limited-edition Speciale, which makes more power.

New Multistrada 1260

The 1260 features a bigger, more powerful engine, revised chassis configuration and new equipment. The bike is now clearly separated from the Enduro derivative thanks to the new motor.

Scrambler 1100

The bike features a 1,079cc engine and a comprehensive features list. There are Standard, Sport and Special variants available. Its L-twin motor makes 86hp and 88Nm.

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