Ducati unleashes the striking Iceberg White colorway for the 2024 Ducati Monster
An eye-catching contrast of red and white gives the Monster an elegant appeal.
Monster fans, this one’s for you. Ducati has recently unveiled a fresh Iceberg White design for their 2024 Monster and Monster Plus lineups. In addition to the updated paint job, the core essence of the Monster family's naked sportbikes remains unchanged, delivering precisely what you anticipate for the upcoming year. This includes a delightful blend of reduced weight, compact dimensions, agile maneuverability, and widespread appeal.
Propelling the 2024 Ducati Monster and Monster Plus is the robust 937cc Testastretta 11-degree V-twin engine. This powerhouse boasts a bore size of 94mm and a stroke of 67.5mm. With these specifications, it generates an impressive claimed output of 111 horsepower at 9,250 rpm, accompanied by a torque of 99 Nm at 6,500 rpm. Transmitting this substantial power to the rear wheel is facilitated by a six-speed gearbox and a chain final drive system.
In terms of suspension, the Monster is equipped with a 43mm inverted fork at the front and a progressive linkage monoshock coupled with an aluminum swingarm at the rear. The rear shock allows for adjustable preload according to rider preference. The bike rolls on a set of 17-inch alloy wheels that are fitted with Pirelli Diablo Rosso III tires, providing optimal traction.
For braking, the Monster relies on a pair of Brembo M4.32 monobloc four-piston calipers at the front, gripping onto two 320mm semi-floating brake discs. In the rear, there is a single Brembo two-piston floating caliper paired with a 245mm disc. The front braking system features a radial master cylinder for enhanced performance. Both the front and rear incorporate cornering ABS, ensuring safety and stability during cornering maneuvers.
The Monster lineup comes equipped with a comprehensive set of standard features. These include Ducati Quick Shift for seamless upshifts and downshifts, power launch for swift acceleration, traction control to enhance grip, and wheelie control for maintaining stability. Riders can conveniently access information through the 4.3-inch TFT display, which provides essential data. The motorcycles also offer various ride modes and power modes to suit different riding conditions and preferences. Additionally, a USB power socket is available for charging devices, and the bikes are equipped with energy-efficient LED lighting.
For the 2024 Ducati Monster range, riders have the freedom to select from three distinctive color options. These include the classic Ducati Red, the stylish Aviator Grey, and the all-new Iceberg White, which is also featured as the primary color on the 2024 SuperSport 950 S. The Iceberg White variant of the Monster is accompanied by a contrasting red saddle, adding a touch of visual contrast that complements the chosen main color. This combination creates a striking and attention-grabbing appearance for the bike.
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