The two major companies, Ducati India and Videocon, in collaboration are to soon make a new launch of an amazingly designed mobile phone in the Indian market. The new handset from the bike manufacturer and electronic company is sure to become the favourite of all the bikers as it carries the ever trusted brand name, Ducati. The new launch is targeted to make Videocon a next generation offering being latest technology and features inculcated to the mobile phone. However, the product name and details are still not disclosed by the companies but it may either be a mo-bike product or some goodies tagged with these brand names. As per the information received, Duacti and Videocon’s new product is to be launched by Bollywood diva Shruti Hassan. Also some other dignitaries like Videocon Industries’ Saurabh Dhoot and Ducati India’s Precision Motors’ CEO Ashish Chordia will be present at the event. A brief description of the features inculcated to the new handset from Ducati and Videocon includes its design that is to perfectly suit the bikers personality being a rugged mobile phone. Also the phone is to be accommodated with touring features like Thermometer, Altimeter, Digital Compass, Barometer, GPS, etc. It is sure to attract the bike enthusiasts of the country possessing a brand tag of Ducati and is to visit the market with a completely reasonable price range of around Rs. 12,000. As the name Ducati is being added to the model a very distinct feature of sports with the camera is to be accomplished to the handset. Currently, the Indian dealers, Precision Motors is selling five model family’s 14 variants.
The five Ducati families include Ducati Monster, Ducati Hypermotard, Ducati Sport Classic, Ducati Street Fighter and Ducati Superbike. Sources reports that one more model of the Ducati bikes will be added in the list by the end of the 2014. The price range of the bikes from Italian manufacturer starts from Rs 10 lakh and the most expensive model is Superbike 1198 R Corse that is priced at around Rs 52 lakh.
I rode dirt bikes for years and I always go on the back of a ducati monster s4rs.
Answer by shorrrno
dirt bike =/= road bikes. do yourself a favour and at least ride something smaller for 6 months or so.
and ur a lucky bugger getting a duke as ur first bike
Answer by Candid Chris
What if I said neither, would you give a down thumb?
I rode on the back of my uncle’s 64 Harley when I was 4, didn’t want me to buy a Harley but I did enjoy the ride.
Riding dirt-bikes is a big plus to start with, still are you ready to ride while ‘in control’ on a street machine?
Answer by Paul
Personally, I’d like the 848, but then I tend to like to drag a knee once in a while.
But either Ducati will be a blast. Just be careful. You’re getting into a new type of riding with its own special issues.