Dive into efforts to expand presence in India, will launch 12 bikes this year Newsbaits

  • Italian luxury bike manufacturer Ducati is going to launch 12 new bikes this year, not one or two to woo Indian customers.

    The company announced on Wednesday that it was preparing to launch 12 bikes in the Indian market in 2021.

    All these will be given engines that meet BS6 standards. These bikes will be strong in terms of engine as well as other features.

  • These bikes were introduced in the last month of 2020

  • For information, let us know that in the last months of 2020, Ducati introduced three BS6 compliant engine bikes in very short intervals.

    These included the Panigale V2, the Scrambler 1100 Pro, and the sports tourer Multistrada 950S.

    Last year, Panigale V2 accounted for a major share of the company’s sales. This meant that Panigale V2 had a lot of sales in 2020.

    The last months of 2020 were good for the company in terms of sales.

  • Pre booking

    Pre booking of these bikes started

  • Upcoming models such as Monster, Scrambler, Multistrada, Panigale and Garage etc. can further boost the company’s sales this year.

    Let us know that pre-booking of Scrambler icon and Scrambler icon Dark with BS6 engine has started.

    Customers can pre-book these models by paying Rs. 50,000 to their nearest dealership.

    By launching the BS6 Scrambler, the company will begin the launch of new bikes coming this year.

  • Launching due to corona virus in 2020

    Launching due to corona virus in 2020
  • After launching the BS6 Scrambler, the company will launch Scrambler 1100 Dark Pro etc. to expand the Scrambler range with other new models Monster, Supersport 950, and Hypermotard 950 RVE.

    The statement released by the company said that these BS6 compliant engine bikes were to be launched only last year, but due to Corona virus epidemic, their launch was postponed and will be launched in 2021.

  • 2021 will be the best for the company – MD

  • Dipati India Managing Director (MD) Bipul Chandra says that the company had extended the launch of the new models by 2021 and now with the launch of these, this year is going to be the best for the company.



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