Photos by: Boosti The 2013 Ducati Hypermotard is all new; smaller, lighter and more powerful than the air-cooled model it replaces. This SP version adds fancy Ohlins shock and Marzocchi forks for even better handling.
Lighter, liquid-cooled, more powerful and finally with the ability to carry its own gasoline, the new Ducati Hypermotard is shaping up to be a great bike. Jamie flew over to Spain to take it for a spin.
These CAD renderings from the new Ducati Hypermotard’s design stage provide a tangible insight into the clever solutions and compact packaging that make the bike slimmer, sleeker and lighter than the one it replaces. Let’s see what they tell us.
Remember that Instagram photo of Nicky Hayden sliding the new Ducati Hypermotard? That was created during the shoot that resulted in these images and this video. Looks like fun, huh?
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