Ducati unveiled its 2014 MotoGP livery, to be raced by Cal Crutchlow and Andrea Dovizioso, during a special Audi Group ceremony in Munich, Germany on Monday evening.

Here are the official studio images of the new Desmosedici GP14 (see below for more).

The latest version of the Ducati/Marlboro livery comes in new matte colours and includes more white on the sides of the bike relative to last season.

Crutchlow's #35 is in yellow with Dovizioso's #04 in white.

Without a podium for the first time since joining MotoGP in 2003, Ducati has made major changes for this season - signing top satellite rider Crutchlow and Gigi Dall'Igna as Ducati Corse general manager, then applying to move from the Factory to Open class.

That has caused some controversy, and instead a further Factory 2 category is due to be rubber stamped on Tuesday. Either way Ducati looks set to achieve its aim of avoiding the new in-season ban on engine development that applies to the Factory class.

Crutchlow and Dovizioso will ride in their new colours for the first time during opening practice for the season-opening Qatar round, on March 20.

Cal Crutchlow on 2014 Ducati