See photos of the all-new Ducati Monster 821 in the 2015 Ducati Monster 821 photo gallery. Read more in the 2015 Ducati Monster 821 first look article.
- 2015 Ducati Monster 1200 S Stripe.
- 2015 Ducati Monster 821 Stripe.
- Ducati's Monster 821 Stripe was announced at EICMA.
- 2015 Ducati Monster 821 Stripe with it's larger, 1200 S Stripe sibling.
- The Ducati Monster 821 sources the 821cc Testastretta 11° Twin, which also powers the Italian marque’s Hypermotard models.
- The distinctive curves of the Monster 821 exhaust headers and right side silencers look similar to the 1200.
- The Ducati Monster 821 styling apes that of its 1200 sibling.
- The new Monster 821's liquid-cooled 821 Testastretta 11° engine claims 112 horsepower and 65.9 lb-ft torque.
- Ducati’s familiar electronics suite is featured on the Monster 821 including: three-level ride-by-wire and ABS, along with an eight-level traction control system. The settings are keyed to Ducati’s Riding Mode format.
- The 821 will be available in three colorways: Dark Stealth, with black frame and wheels; Ducati Red, with red frame and black wheels; and Star White Silk with red frame and red matte wheels.
- Announcing this latest addition, Ducati touts that more than 290,000 Monsters have been delivered during its 23-year run.
- This latest 821, along with the new-for-2014 1200 Monster, completes the transition from the once-defining Monster trait of an air-cooled engine to a liquid-cooled Twin.
- While Ducati is yet to reveal the 821’s official specs, the running gear shows radial-mount Brembos, inverted fork and single shock.
- The Ducati press announcement for the Monster 821 lists a claimed dry weight of 395.7 pounds (the 796 Monster claims a 369-pound dry weight).
- Expected in dealers this July, U.S. pricing for the new Monster is set at $10,995.
- Ducati adds another water-cooled Monster to its lineup with the debut of the Monster 821.