Ducati to showcase nine new models at the EICMA this year
Snapshot: Ducati has already unveiled the most powerful naked motorcycle ever, Monster 1200R at the Frankfurt-held IAA (Internationale Automobil Ausstellung).
The iconic Italian motorcycle manufacturer, Ducati has announced that they will be showcasing nine new models for its 2016 range at November’s EICMA show Milan, including the Monster 1200 R. The motor show, EICMA is a great platform to showcase the upcoming models to the motorcycle enthusiasts around the world. Ducati has already unveiled the most powerful naked motorcycle ever, Monster 1200R at the Frankfurt-held IAA (Internationale Automobil Ausstellung). Monster 1200R is among the nine upcoming 2016 models.
2015 has been a great year for the Italian manufacturer as the company witnessed an overall 22% growth and has already delivered 32,600 bikes with remaining 3 more months to go. For its upcoming 2016 range, Ducati says that ‘the new range represents, beyond any shadow of doubt, the biggest, most decisive attack on the market ever to have been launched by Ducati.’
Ducati CEO Claudio Domenicali said in a press release:
The year 2016 will see continued growth at Ducati. No less than nine new models, including the just-unveiled Monster 1200 R, will be joining the 2016 range. Never before has Ducati presented so many new bikes and EICMA will provide the perfect platform on which to show them to all to our enthusiastic customers.
Two of these will take us into segments in which we’re currently not present and this is going to be one of the greatest challenges of 2016: to extend the Ducati hallmarks of style and performance to motorcyclists who were – until now – beyond our reach.
Following a highly positive 2015, we look to the future with optimism and confidence. Given the results achieved during the first six months of the year, with 22% growth and 32,600 bikes delivered, we can already state that 2015 will see us attain another absolute record as we expect - for the very first time in our company’s history - to break through the symbolic barrier of 50,000 bikes sold before the end of the year.
Nevertheless, our main goal is not so much the pursuit of ever-greater volumes but, rather, to keep on surprising our customers with awe-inspiring bikes. The increase in sales is simply a consequence of just how incredibly well-received our products are - products that stem from implementing strategies that are in keeping with our identity, looking to new markets and taking on tough new challenges every day.
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