Ducati has just launched the new Monster 821 powered by an 821cc Testastretta 11Â° (The numeric refers to the valve overlap) engine. The Desmodromic valve equipped engine produces 112PS and 89.4Nm of torque at 7,750rpm.
The frame is Ducatiâ€™s typical steel trellis. Just like Ducati’s flagship superbike, the Panigale, the new Monster 821 uses mounting points on the engine head. The bike is also equipped with a slipper clutch.Â Loaded with Ducatiâ€™s latest tech gizmos, the new Ducati Monster 821 is a giant leap from its predecessors, the Monster 795 and 796 that will be replaced by the new Monster 821.
The Ducati Monster is available in India at Rs 9.59 lakh (ex-Delhi).Â Here are the images of the latest Italian Monster in town.
Butch looks that are in line with the Monster family
Comprehensive, clear LCD display
New 821cc Testastretta 11Â° engine
The rear Sachs shock â€“ with preload and rebound adjustment â€“ is connected directly to the rear cylinder just like the Panigale
Steel trellis frame is all new.The 821 uses mounting points on the engine head. Therefore, the engine is a stressed member of the chassis
Neat grab handles. Rear seat is wide and should be relatively comfortable for pillion riders
Clean lines and minimalist badging on the new Monster 821
Ducati Traction Control (DTC) and ABS comprise the safety pack
Pure naked bike silhouette
43mm Kayaba forks
The Ducati Monster 821 looks fetching in matte black just like the Ducati Diavel
Single piece seat
The handling of the Monster has always been a highlight and the 821 does not disappoint
Optional rear seat cowl is also available
The Ducati Monster 821 stands out with its Italian styling
More on the new Ducati Monster 821 from OVERDRIVE:
Ducati Monster 821 first ride review