Ducati has announced a limited edition 2023 Monster 30th Anniversario, marking an exceptional milestone for the renowned Bologna brand, paying tribute to the original Monster that changed the course of Ducati’s history back in 1993.

  • the limited run Monster is to pay homage to the model iconic introduction back in 1993. 
  • the 30th Anniversario is fitted with Ohlins suspension and Termignoni full-system exhaust. 

With the first Monster’s groundbreaking debut, Ducati showcased its ingenuity by fitting a slightly aged L-twin t-valve engine into a fresh frame, accompanied by flat bars, creating a one-of-a-kind machine. 

The gamble paid off, captivating the hearts of enthusiasts and winning accolades from the press. Now, three decades later, the 30th Anniversario emerges as a collectors’ dream, preserving the bike’s iconic DNA and exhilarating character while offering enthusiasts a limited opportunity to own a piece of motorcycling history.

In the design department, the Monster 30th Anniversario flaunts a captivating tricolour paint scheme, tastefully complemented by forged gold wheels and Ohlins forks. 

The bike’s exclusivity is further enhanced with a Termignoni exhaust, previously found only on the Monster SP, and carbon mudguards, adding a touch of elegance and performance.

The attention to detail extends to the unique embroidered seat, setting this masterpiece apart from other models in the range. 

Ducati has meticulously crafted this limited edition to resonate with the passionate community of Ducatisti, offering a bike that not only performs but also pays homage to the brand’s rich heritage.

Another compelling aspect of the 2023 Monster 30th Anniversario is its remarkable weight reduction. Ducati engineers have managed to shave off an impressive 4 kilograms from its overall weight, bringing the dry weight down to an astonishing 164 kilograms. This feat is a testament to Ducati’s commitment to pushing boundaries and setting new standards in performance.

That said, the new Anniversario boasts the same engine specifications as its fellow Monster siblings, delivering a formidable 111hp and 93Nm of torque. The powerful engine pairs seamlessly with the chassis inspired by the Monster SP, featuring Ohlins NIX forks, an Ohlins rear shock, and a steering damper, ensuring a dynamic and exhilarating ride.

With production limited to a mere 500 units, the 2023 Ducati Monster 30th Anniversario is destined to become a collector’s gem and a cherished piece of Ducati’s illustrious history. 

Dalam usaha mengukuhkan jenama di pentas dunia, Ducati menawarkan program ‘Ducati Borgo Panigale Experience’. 

Program tersebut membolehkan peminat jenama motosikal Itali itu menikmati pengalaman terbaik termasuk sejarah 90 tahun Ducati di Muzium Ducati.

Dalam pada itu, Ducati turut menjalinkan kerjasama dengan Lamborghini yang membenarkan pengunjung melihat sendiri proses kejayaan automotif di Motor Valley. 

Sementara itu, bagi memudahkan pengunjung meninjau kedua-dua lokasi ini, Ducati turut menyediakn perkhidmatan bas secara percuma. 

Namun, perlu diingatkan bahawa program tersebut hanya ditawarkan pada hari Sabtu dan Ahad dan terhad kepada 15 orang sahaja. 

Untuk maklumat lanjut layari laman web rasmi Ducati. 

Ducati officially marked a big step towards a sustainable feature with the opening of a new eco-friendly facility in Bologna. 

  • Ducati latest facility includes an underground rainwater storage. 
  • Equipped with photovoltaic system that provides clean energy. 

The new facility, called the Finitura e Delibera Estetica (Finishing and Aesthetic Resolution) will host the final phase of Ducati’s production cycle which include verifying the quality of each bikes produced. 

The 13,000 square-foot building features photovoltaic system and a rainwater recovery system which contributes to making the build nZEB (nearly Zero Energy Building). 

However, the photovoltaic system played a bigger role in achieving nZEB status as it helps to produced more than 200 MWh of clean energy pear. 

“This year has been truly splendid for Ducati, and the inauguration of the new Finitura e Delibera Estetica manufacturing represents yet another moment of pride. 

“This building embodies an investment that brings value to the company but also to the territory in which Ducati operates. 

“The new space will house a strategic phase of production where we focus on the attention to detail and beauty of our motorcycles so that they are perfect when they arrive to our passionate Ducatisti,” said Claudio Domenicali, CEO of Ducati. 

Interestingly, the facility took less than eight months to complete with the construction work only began April this year. 

Other notable features also includes an underground rainwater storage tank that guarantees the recovery of 90 per cent of the rainwater. 

Italjet recently launched the premium-built Dragster’s scooter range in Malaysia via its authorised dealership, Chear Global. 

  • Italjet is to reveal a bigger 300cc Dragster prototype and a concept bike in November.
  • The Italjet Dragster 125 and Dragster 200 are now available in Malaysia for RM29,500 and RM34,800. 

During the official launch held at Chear Global headquarters, the local press had the opportunity to sit down with Italjet’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Sandro Caparelli, who flew from Bologna, Italy. 

Caparelli not only explained to us the exciting development of Italjet’s Dragster 125 and Dragster 200 but also was kind enough to disclose the Italian company’s next project.

According to Caparelli, Italjet is currently working on a bigger displacement Dragster and is scheduled to showcase the prototype at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan this November.

The Dragster prototype will feature a single-cylinder DOHC 300cc engine that was built from the ground up. Apparently, there is a high demand for a bigger Dragster in its home country. 

“In EICMA we will show a prototype of the same Dragster but with a bigger displacement because the market in Italy had asked for a bigger engine. 

“It will use a bigger engine, a 300cc engine,” he said. 

In addition, Caparelli revealed that Italjet would also showcase a concept bike at EICMA alongside the 300cc Dragster prototype.

“There will be a big concept which I can’t disclose now, but the new concept will be the star of the show at EICMA,” he added. 

That said, Caparelli also mentioned that the bigger displacement Dragster could materialise in a couple of years, while the concept bike will take a while to be in the near-production stage. 

Meanwhile, the Italjet Dragster 125 and Dragster 200 are now available in Malaysia for RM29,500 and RM34,800, respectively. 

Although socioeconomics around the globe was affected heavily due to the pandemic, the world of two wheels continues to evolve rapidly.

Italian motorcycle company Ducati closes in 2021 with the best revenue and operating profit ever recorded.

The Borgo Panigale factory delivered a record figure of 59, 447 motorcycles across the globe in 2021, an increase of 24 per cent over 2020 (48,042) and a 12 per cent rise over 2019 (53,183).

Ducati also marked a new record in revenues, landing EUR878 million with the growth of 30 per cent over 2020 (UER676 million) and 23 per cent over 2019 (EUR716 million).

Meanwhile, the Bologna-based company recorded a remarkable operating profit of EUR61 million, thus growing by 154 per cent over 2020 (EUR24 million) and 18 per cent increased over 2019 (EUR52 million).

The numbers genuinely mark team red’s significant achievement despite the world being hampered by supply crisis and components shortage.

Nevertheless, Ducati opened 84 new dealerships in key locations to keep up with the demands, making it 790 dealerships in over 90 countries, including Malaysia.

Despite a fantastic sales figure for 2021, Ducati is pushing to outperform those numbers by unveiling an all-new range of bikes, including the 2022 DesertX and the updated Panigale V4 SP2.

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