Rev up your engines, Ducati enthusiast! Ducati Malaysia has finally introduced their newest additions to their motorcycle collection. Lucky for us, we had a chance to witness the unveiling of the models during the Ducati 2022 Malaysia Première and they were breath-taking.
On Wednesday, 8th June, the brand had revealed an exciting line-up of 6 new models as well as their expansion plan led by the launch of the Ducati Corse Credit—a brand new facility for purchasing Ducati motorcycles—at the premiere in Bangsar Shopping Centre. Apart from that, the company had also introduced 2 exclusive Ducati Centres to be set up in Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru.
These announcements form the basis of the expansion program designed by Ducati Malaysia and Next Bike Sdn Bhd—the sole importer and distributor for the Ducati brand in Malaysia. The company is not only keen on enhancing the performance and riding experience of their motorcycles, but also in providing solutions that shape lifestyles.
“Ducati Malaysia could not be in a stronger position than it is today, and the launch of these 6 new motorcycles this evening underlines the company’s continued commitment and the passion we have in the brand in striving to position it as the most desirable premium motorcycle in the market,” said Dennis Michael, Head of Company Ducati Malaysia and Next Bike Sdn Bhd.
According to the expansion program, the Ducati Centres in KL and Johor Bahru is hoping to strengthen the current networks in Sungai Buloh, Penang and Petaling Jaya—the second largest Ducati showroom in Southeast Asia. If you’re eager to know more about the 6 new motorcycles, here are the models and prices:
1. Streetfighter V2 (RM101,900.00)
2. Multistrada V2S (RM105,900.00)
3. Panigale V2 Bayliss – 1st Championship 20th Anniversary Model (RM136,900.00)
4. Streetfighter V4 SP (RM239,900.00)
5. Scrambler Urban Motard (RM68,900.00)
6. Scrambler 1100 Tribute Pro (RM85,900.00)
So, all you bike lovers, what are you waiting for? Hop on for the ride of your lifetime with all Ducati has to offer.
Neetashini Kanendran contributed to this article