Since its revolutionary introduction in 1993, the Ducati Monster has set the standard for the segment it created — the naked sports bike. For 2021, an all-new Monster is coming that improves in every way from the previous 821cc model, with reduced weight and a more powerful L-twin. The new motor displaces 937cc and makes 111 horsepower and 68.7 lb-ft of torque with five pounds less weight, while the new aluminum frame is based on Ducati's top model, the Panigale V4. Sadly, this means the iconic trellis frame is no more, but at almost 10 pounds lighter, it's hard to miss it too much. ABS Cornering, Traction Control and Wheelie Control are all standard along with three riding modes that alter the engine parameters for three unique riding experiences. Ducati will offer several decal kits to make each Monster as original as its owner.