Ducati Monster 821

Ducati may have taken a minimal design approach to the 2015 Monster 821, but that approach is limited to the motorcycle’s looks. Power has nothing to do with minimalism where the Monster is concerned. The Ducati Monster 821 comes powered with a 112 hp, 821cc twin cylinder Testrastretta engine that does justice to the Monster name. Available in July, the motorcycle is priced between $10,995-$11,495.

Men Pose As Motorcycle Babes In Hilarious Campaign

It is absolutely fine if dudes model for motorcycles. Things go hilarious when they decide to copy females and their way of modeling with cars and motorcycles. Portland-based Ducati dealer MotoCorsa decided to do a conventional photoshoot with the Ducati 1199 Panigale that featured a female model. Then the dealer turned to hilarious creativity and did the same shoot employing men from the shop copying poses of the female.

Ducati Diavel Cromo Motorcycle

You will need a heart made of stone to not admire the beauty that the Ducati Diavel Cromo is. As its name suggests, the Diavel packs itself with shiny chrome, showing it off very prominently on the gas tank and exhaust. To give a contrast to the shiny chrome, the motorcycle also makes use of glossy black to get its sexy look. It is powered by a 162hp Testastretta 11° engine, brembo brakes and 17-inch wheels.

Ducati 1199 Panigale

Ducati’s has unveiled the 1199 Panigale that will make its way to the 2012 Superbike family. Slated for an official opening at the Milan International Motorcycle Show, the superbike has a twin cylinder engine produce an impressive 195 hp, which when compared to its weight of 164 kg makes for one of the best power to weight ratios. Prices for the Panigale range will start off from $18000, followed by the Panigale S at $23000, and the top of the line Panigale Tricolore at $28000.

Ducatis and nude girls. What else could a guy ask for?

Ducati’s new art project puts together Ducati’s bikes and nude females. The bikemaker commissioned photographer Elizabeth Raab to create this “Desmo” collection that includes 16 photographs that are supposed to “explore” the relationship between the designed and the natural. You can get prints for these photographs through Ducati Art, where each may run into as much as $550.

Via: Luxist