Ducati Diavel “Lamborghini” and other models for 2021

Bild zeigt Diavel Carbon 2016

Ducati brings new models and minor updates every year and in 2021 it will be no different. This was also confirmed by leaks that speak of at least three models.


Ducati has long ceased to make a secret of the upcoming Multistrada V4. A new Monster 821 has also been spotted. However, this no longer comes with a space frame. A cast aluminum frame will house the engine.

However, American emissions documents from the Enviromental Protection Agency reveal another three models that are due to be released in 2021, the Diavel Lamborghini, the Multistrada Enduro Grand Tour and the Scrambler 1100 PRO Dark.


Ducati Diavel Lamborghini

With the Ducati Diavel Lamborghini you can count on a particularly noble model. Even if you want to see the Lamborghini name more on a super sports motorcycle, it also fits on a Diavel if you let the announcement sink a bit. The Diavel is also a device for enthusiasts, for fans of high-performance machines and of elegant design.

If you are allowed to go according to the emission documents, the engine remains untouched and is not equipped with a performance bonus. The “Lamborghini” is likely to differ from the standard model in the choice of color and the use of special and nobler parts.


Ducati Multistrada 1260 Enduro Grand Tour

The Multistrada 1260 Enduro Grand Tour should be a special model of the Grand Tour, which should also be offered with luggage bags and a certain level of comfort. No changes were made to the drive here either.


Ducati Scrambler 1100 PRO Dark

The Scrambler 1100 PRO Dark is a somewhat slimmed-down and therefore slightly cheaper version of the Scrambler 1100 PRO. The change could only refer to the color scheme.


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