Spied in July 2020 the new 2021 Ducati Monster has cast a spell on the onlookers, and there are reasons.

The new Ducati monster 2021 is seen testing on a German proving ground. 


Illustration from Nicolas Petit

The new Ducati Monster is water-cooled, chassis and optics are entirely new.

Amazingly, the new Monster does not have a space frame, but from 2021 an aluminium cast frame.

Well, now our friends from Moto-station has brought in the significant number of details on the new Monster.

Illustration from Nicolas Petit

Nicolas Petit creates the illustrations that you see for Moto Revue.

Let’s take a look at what new this Monster has. 


  • Twin-cylinder with 937 cc motor the Monster will also come in A2 variant for Europe.
  • There is no trellis frame, as said above. So if no trellis then what. To create a more robust package, Ducati may like a Panigale provide a new part of the alloy frame which gets closer to the engine. Plus here the motor itself acts as the central core of the entire package and then it also provides more robustness.
  • The illustrations from the designer Nicolas Petit and Ducati show the shape remains same however the fuel tank gets slightly beefier.
  • The presence of standard aluminium swingarm will add more stability.
  • Now, this is going to be incredible. The most crucial part the new 2021 Monster will loose like 10 kgs which should weigh around 195 kgs when compared to the present 821 which has 207 kgs. 
  • The 937cc motor may come from Hypermotorad 950 or Multistrada 950 as these models use the 950cc engine which is a 937cc motor.
  • The present Hypermotorad 950 engine is capable of producing 114hp.

Right now the dates to unveil the new 2021 Ducati Monster are still unclear. However, one thing is confident we will see more of the new Ducati Monster in the near future



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