Ducati is working on a new motorcycle with a single-cylinder engine

After recently unveiling the new Ducati Multistrada V4 Rally, it’s possible the Italian motorcycle maker is working on an all-new bike, which is expected to have a 659cc single-cylinder, four-valve engine and will be liquid. cooled. Ducati has yet to unveil four new models in 2022, in its 2023 world premiere launch series. One of them will likely be the Diavel V4, the other could be the updated new generation of scramblers and the last will likely be the single-cylinder Mystery model.

Recent documents that Ducati submitted to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) revealed a new Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) decoder that differs from the company’s usual VIN range.

Of course, Ducati made single-cylinder motorcycle engines earlier and one of the legendary models was the “Supermono”, which was used for “Sounds of Singles” races. Now Ducati had the Scrambler Sixty2 on sale worldwide, which at 399cc was the lowest Ducati on sale, but now it is no longer on sale. So it’s entirely possible that Ducati is looking to introduce a new entry-level motorcycle that can take on companies like Royal Enfield, who are looking to dominate the global 350cc-700cc market.

It could be a new jammer or something else entirely. The point to note is that the new single-cylinder engine will be liquid-cooled. Ducati’s current Scrambler engines are all air-cooled. Thus, the possibility of the new motorcycle being a jammer is less. However, everything will be revealed in the coming weeks. A new single, from Ducati, is great news indeed.

Source: Moto.com

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