The Indian arm of legendary Italian marque, Ducati is going to witness an enlargement in its product portfolio in 2017. As reported by Autocar India, the bike maker is all set to unleash a bunch of five models in the country in consecutive four-month, starting from June-July this year. Due to this, the Indian Ducati lineup will have the availability of almost all Ducati models at international front.
While announcing forthcoming models, Mr. Ravi Avalur, managing director, Ducati India, said, “There is nothing that we offer internationally that we don’t intend to make available to customers in India.”
From the above-listed models, the first two are the entry-level bikes under Multistrada and Monster moniker respectively. While the next two, the Scrambler Desert Sled and the Scrambler Café Racer are the transformed iterations of scrambler into an off-roader and an urban riding motorcycle. Last but not the least, the SuperSport is the only faired monster, loaded with a 937cc, twin-cylinder engine that is claimed to produce 113bhp at 9,250rpm.
All the new models will be shipped to the Indian shores via CBU route all the way from Thailand. Once launched, the models will go in competition with the likes of BMW Motorrad, that has recently been debuted to the Indian market.