At the imminent Ducati World Premiere on November 4, the legendary Italian bike maker is likely to showcase its entire 2019 lineup. Out of which, a number of bikes including the Multistrada 1260 Enduro and the Scrambler range, has already been showcased with the 2019 Model Year updates. While, the three new Ducatis which could be the 2019 Diavel 1260 S, new Hypermotard and the Panigale V4R are scheduled to mark its debut at the world premiere.
The 2019 Ducati Diavel 1260 S that is a top end Diavel variant has already been showcased earlier as the Project 1309. It sits on a new frame and gets suspended over an all adjustable Ohlins suspension. The braking duties here are handled via Brembo Monoblock brakes. The bike with an extended wheelbase now draws power from the XDiavel’s revived V-twin engine. Mated to a six-speed gearbox, the motor is claimed to offer better high and low-end power delivery.
The Ducati Panigale V4R that is an evolved iteration of the standard Panigale V4 in all WSBK race-spec avatar (V4-RS) was previewed at the Brand’s Hatch circuit in the UK. The V4R underpins revived powertrain for increased power and torque, 211bhp/124Nm respectively from the same 1103cc engine.
Last yet not the least, the 2019 Hypermotard, if go by the surfaced spy images. The supermoto receives a few cosmetic changes along with newly added electronics for the calendar year 2019.
The Italian bike maker has updated its official website with the details regarding its World Premiere event. It is going to commence two days earlier from the 2018 EICMA event on 6 November as similar to the last year.