2014 Ducati Monster 1200 Mega Gallery

02/17/2014 @ 2:32 pm, by Jensen Beeler9 COMMENTS

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The 2014 Ducati Monster 1200 has officially debuted for the world press, which means we get a bevy of hi-res photos of the street-naked on location at the Canary Islands.

Fitted now with Ducati’s water-cooled Testastretta 11° engine, the new Monster 1200 gets a significant power boost over its predecessor — 135hp for the base model and 145hp for the S model, compared to the Monster 1100 EVO’s 100hp.

While the classic Monster lines have been retained, Ducati has updated the Monster 1200 to a more modern aesthetic; and the new Monster even uses its own version of Ducati’s “frameless” chassis design, with the subframe and headstock bolting directly to the v-twin engine’s cylinder heads.

A very clean look in person, even all 196 of these high-resolution photos don’t do the Monster 1200 justice. You have to see it in person; but until then, enjoy the photos after the jump.

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Comment:

  1. eg says:

    I am sold (minus the passenger pegs and palm rests)

  2. k1200Rider says:

    *Drool* nice pics! Can’t wait to see in person. no mention of the price tag?

  3. Base – $13,495 USD
    S – $15,995 USD

  4. paulus says:

    The all silver prototype looks special!

  5. k1200Rider says:

    humm.. whats it going to be, monster 1200 or BMW nine T??? Decisions.. decisions..

  6. Ton Up Jax says:

    Wow, a naked Ducati where you cannot even see the engine. The failure occurred somewhere between the silver mock-up bike, which looks great, and the final… thing. It’s sad they used the Monster name on this atrocity. Ducati is more wayward the Costa Concordia.

  7. exnihilo415 says:

    As a Ducati Streetfighter S owner, I’m not impressed.

  8. ADG says:

    I can’t deal with the “saggy tit” headlights on the newer naked bikes. Fugly.