Spy images of the next generation Ducati Monster have surfaced online. The bike was reportedly spotted testing in Germany.
The spy images suggest that the next-gen Monster is likely to get a completely new chassis. It appears to have a cast aluminium frame instead of the more conventional trellis frame.
The test bike has an oval headlamp and upside down fork suspension at the front. The rear swingarm also appears to be new. A twin-can side-mounted exhaust is also visible in these spy images.
Reports suggest that the new Monster could be powered by a 950cc engine from the Multistrada 950. The new engine could replace the 821cc unit, which produces 109 BHP and 85 Nm.
It is still unclear as to when the new Monster will make its global debut.
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