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The Ducati DesertX - Sneek Peek

Press Release:

Borgo Panigale (Bologna, Italy), 23 September 2021 - The first appointment with the Ducati World Première 2022 web series will be held on Thursday 30 September at 4.00 pm (CEST): an episodic journey through which the Bologna-based motorcycle company will show the new models of the 2022 Ducati range to fans from all over the world. All episodes will be visible on the Ducati.com website, on the YouTube channel and on Ducati’s social networks.
The season will culminate on December 9, 2021, when Ducati will unveil the long-awaited new bike: the DesertX .

The DesertX is Ducati’s new Adventure bike, designed to offer great off-road capabilities thanks to an all-new chassis designed around a 21" front wheel, and it will harness the performance and reliability of the liquid-cooled 937 cc Testastretta engine.

Whether it is exploring the hills behind your home, braving the desert or discovering new mountain trails, the new Ducati DesertX is the bike that will allow riders to make their most adventurous travel dreams come true.

Below is the calendar of all the episodes of the Ducati World Première 2022 web series:

September 30, 2021: Ducati World Première - Episode 1 | Your everyday wonder
October 14, 2021: Ducati World Première - Episode 2 | Mark your roots
October 28, 2021: Ducati World Première - Episode 3 | Rule all mountains
November 11, 2021: Ducati World Première - Episode 4 | A new Fighter in town
November 25, 2021: Ducati World Première - Episode 5 | The evolution of Speed
December 9, 2021: Ducati World Première - Episode 6 | Dream Wilder - DesertX

Thoughts?

@Jay step away from the “order one now” button

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What are they hiding with those dust covering shots??

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The extension lead to plug it in and keep it charged.

I like the headlights. It’s all super retro Dakar. Weird though; not sure how that fits in with the current model range design language.

Not really sure how all these Chelsea tractors every seems to launching, fit into the ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’ thing we’re supposed to be embracing in order to save the planet?