The company is allowing its potential customers to make a beforehand-booking for a minimum amount of Rs. 1 lakh before it goes out of stock.

Ducati, an Italian motorcycle manufacturing company, declared on Monday its commencement of the pre-booking for its forthcoming model in two variants- the Monster and Monster Plus in India.

The superbike-making company is allowing its potential and interested customers to make a beforehand booking for a minimum amount of Rs. 1 lakh before it goes out of stock. 

Ducati India Managing Director, Bipul Chandra shared, “The new monster has already witnessed a stupendous response in the global market, and this is especially true of young riders and enthusiasts. We’re thrilled to bring the new Monster and Monster Plus to the Indian market, and let our riders experience the sportiest naked we’ve made for the middleweight segment.”

The company has also brought into notice its launch date of all-new 2021 Monster. Keeping in consideration the Covid-19 outbreak, the company is all set to launch its brand new model digitally on 23rd September at 11 am through its channels on social media. 

The deliveries of the motorbike will reportedly begin right after the launch and will be distributed across its dealerships in locations including Mumbai, Pune, Delhi-NCR, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Chennai, and Kochi.

In addition, Ducati India is also expected to kick off its test rides for the new 2021 Monster after its approaching launch under its programme called, ‘Ducati Cares Programme’ as reported by the Financial Express. The programme aims at ensuring all the safety measures are practiced keeping in mind the present scenario amid pandemic. 

The 2021 Ducati Monster is getting launched with the 937cc engine which also actuates Ducati’s model SuperSport and Multistrada 950. Unlike the older model Monster  821, the 2021 Monster’s motor is bigger and is compatible enough to produce power and torque outputs of 111hp and 93Nm.

The bike-making company was also in the spotlight earlier this month when it announced its launch of SuperSport 950 in India. The company brought two variants of the model- SuperSport 950 and SuperSport 950 S, price of which stood at Rs. 13.49 lakh and Rs. 15.49 lakh respectively. Chandra shared in this regard that the all-new SuperSport 950 is the only sport-road bike in the market which is designed to deliver an exciting yet accessible sporty ride on racetrack as well as on the road. He shared his confidence saying he is confident enough that the offer will appeal to a bulk of riders in the Indian market. 

Best known for its high-performance motorcycles, Ducati has launched around eight models in its lineup with more than forty variants collectively. Its various models include, Monster, Multistrada, Diavel, Panigale, Streetfighter, Hypermotard, and Scrambler.