Ducati GT1000 Two Tone
Ducati Announces the GT1000 in Two
Tone Color Scheme
The big new feature
this year is the two-tone version of the GT 1000, in
metallic black and cream, based on the classic two-tone
livery of the Ducati GT 750 launched in 1971.
Photos courtesy of Ducati Motor S.p.A.
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Born as a tribute to the essential beauty of the Ducati
GT models of the 1970s, the GT 1000 is ideal for
everyday use, thanks to its perfect balance between
comfort, whether you ride alone or two-up, and the
performance of the Ducati Desmo twin-cylinder engine.
Every part and component is made with the highest
quality materials and designed with performance in mind
- and that's just as it should be for a bike based on
the historic models from Ducati's heritage.
Despite being unashamedly classic in inspiration, the GT
is still a thoroughly modern Ducati when it comes to
power, handling, safety and a thrilling ride.
The feeling you get astride the GT 1000 is one of
comfort and complete control of the bike. The
riding position is comfortable and upright. The
double-seat is comfortably padded, has a classic design
and boasts the Ducati logo in white on the back.
The rider's footrests are set forward for maximum
comfort and optimum ground clearance. And because the GT
1000 is a true two-seater, the position of the pillion
footrests is designed for maximum comfort even on long
The form of the GT 1000 represents a modern
interpretation of the classic lines of the original GT
of the 1970s. The slim, ergonomic fuel tank has
two indents on the sides to accommodate the rider's legs
comfortably, and is crowned with a chromed fuel cap.
The front and rear mudguards, and side panels are
reminiscent of the 1970s originals. Many parts,
such as the top yoke and handlebar clamps are made of
polished aluminum, which compliments with the chrome
finish of the wheels, handlebars, rear-view mirrors,
instrument panel and other components.
The exhaust system is also chromed and is made up of
manifolds with a double wall construction to keep the
chromed surface untarnished over time.
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