Ducati New Adventure Sports- Desert X.
Ducati Concept Bike Desert X To Be Unveiled this December 9th, 2021.
One of the most famous Italian motorcycle manufacturing company ‘Ducati,’ has disclosed an image of their upcoming latest adventure motorbike, ‘Desert X.’
The company is set to launch this muscular adventure between now and the Christmas festival for the firm’s 2022 lineup.
Some of the other significant lineups from the Ducati will be presented monthly, whereas the much-awaited Desert X will be shown on December 9th of 2021.
Desert X concept bike was based on the Ducati Scrambler 1100 and was heavily inspired by the Paris Dakar motorbikes of the 1980s and 1990s.
The contoured bodywork and two circulars DRLs evoked the old rally aesthetic while modernizing it for a contemporary audience.
The Desert X was first showcased as a concept bike back in 2019, and a lot has been replaced since then.
The dual gas cell boosted the adventure bike’s long-distance capabilities.
The company’s recent images disclosed the motorbike blown through giant sand dunes, declaring that it holds the concept motorcycle’s twin circular-shaped headlights for the classic Dakar Design, whereas the engine has developed significantly.
The Desert X’s twin tank design also aids performance on the trail, allowing it to continue after a devastating tip over.
The retractable passenger seat also provides additional storage for luggage and camping gear on longer journeys.
The Desert X appeared to be ready to take the road at any moment, but Ducati had some changes in mind.
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Now, let’s hop into its Engine Specifications.
The motorcycle will have a 937 cc L twin, liquid-cooled, FI engine in the mid-weight adventure segment. The engine is said to provide a maximum of 110 PS of power and 95 Nm of torque.
This change will boost power and torque, and we can expect the complete machine to be lighter even with a reduced displacement.
In addition, we expect Ducati to offer better off-road capability than the Multistrada 950, thanks to the all-new chassis and plans for a dirt-friendly 21″ front wheel.
Ducati has used 21-inch front and 18-inch rear wire-spoke wheels to make this motorcycle more adventurous. The tires are entirely off-road.
However, the original concept bike with its characteristic dual round LED headlights, these fresh photographs released recently, don’t reveal much about the new production Desert X in the works.
As the unveiling date approaches on December 9th, Ducati may drop further details.