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According to some international sources, yes!
- A test mule was spied by Motorrad, a German automobile magazine.
- It is said to make close to 190PS of power and feature radar-based rider aids.
- We suspect Ducati might hold it off till the 2020 EICMA motor show.
It is only a matter of time before Ducati plans on plonking its new Desmosedici Stradale V4 motorthat powers its flagship Panigale series in its other motorcycles. We’ve already experienced it on the Panigale V4 and now will be seeing it on the upcoming Streetfighter. However, latest reports suggest that the firm is also looking to fit this bonkers motor in its Multistrada range.
According to Motorrad, a German magazine, a V4 powered test mule was spotted testing in Bologna, Italy. The same source also indicates that this all-new Multistrada will churn out close to 190PS of power and feature radar-based rider-assistance systems. Now, we’ve known for a while that Ducati has been working on this technology for quite some time. So it only makes sense to debut it on the next-gen Multistrada.
So, how soon can we expect to see it? Well, you might have to wait a while. Considering Ducati already has its hands full for this year’s EICMA motor show with the V4 Streetfighter set to take centre stage, we think the Bologna-based manufacturer might hold-off the new Multistrada for 2020. This will also give it some time to further develop and research its radar-based rider aids.
Since these reports are mostly speculation, it is hard to tell what Ducati has in store for the next-gen Multistrada. But we’ll be sure to bring you all the latest updates leading right up to the launch. Until then, stay tuned!
Source Name : www.zigwheels.com