Ducati has unveiled the Monster 1200 R, featuring a race-inspired chassis and trickle-down features from the Panigle 1299 superbike, including its brake package and three-spoke forged wheels. Its 1200 cc Testastretta twin-cylinder engine generate 160 horsepower, making it the most powerful naked bike that Ducati has ever built. Additional distinguishing features include a higher tailpiece, seat, and overall stance, as well as new suspensions, separate rider and passenger footpegs, and carbon fiber components to reduce the weight. A state of the art TFT instrument display features variable layouts based on which of the three riding modes (Urban, Touring or Sport) you've selected. Available either in black with a black trellis frame, or in red with a red trellis frame.