One of the most revered Italian motorcycle manufacturers, Ducati has confirmed that it is going to unveil two new bikes at the upcoming 2016 World Ducati Week (WDW) that is being held from July 1 – 3 at the Misano circuit in Italy. One of the two upcoming models will be a new 2017 model which could be unveiled in a ‘closed room’ preview, just like the company revealed the Scrambler two years ago.
The other one will be a special edition to commemorate Ducati’s 90th anniversary. Although it will be a production model, it will be produced in a limited number of units to provide a feeling of exclusivity to its buyers. The manufacturer has not revealed any detail about any of these motorcycles, which means that it wants you to join the 2016 WDW if you want to catch these on their first reveal.
If rumours are to be believed, the first upcoming motorcycle could be a bigger version of the Scrambler with an engine displacing around 1000cc. On the other hand, the special Ducati 90th anniversary edition could be a limited edition Panigale as it is the most important model of the company in the current line-up.