Ducati India is all set to launch 9 new models in India

Ducati India is all set to launch 9 new models in India

Italian two-wheeler manufacturer Ducati has announced an array of new models that will reach India in 2022. 

The Indian arm of the brand has confirmed several models for the Indian market, although it has remained tight-lipped about the launch timeline. 

We at LivingWithGravity are already excited about the upcoming motorcycle models. 

Here is our list of announced Ducati motorcycles that will make it to India in 2022. 

Do note that the list is in the chronological order of the photos seen on the company’s Instagram profile.

Scrambler 1100 Tribute Pro

The new Scrambler Ducati 1100 Tribute PRO celebrates the history of the Borgo Panigale house by choosing a fascinating “Giallo Ocra” livery.

A colour particularly in vogue when Ducati used on 1972 450 Desmo Mono and 750 Sport twins.

This tribute also recalls the 750 Supersport used by the Spaggiari team since 1975, which accompanied the epic period of another great Ducati rider: Franco Uncini. 

The Scrambler Ducati 1100 Tribute PRO is a motorcycle created for lovers of modern-classic motorcycles. And fans of motorcycling history know Ducati’s most critical feats.

  • The Scrambler 1100 Tribute PRO comes enriched by the” 70s Ducati logo designed by Giugiaro.
  • The Ducati Style Center takes inspiration from the iconic Ducati elements of the ’70s, such as the unique “Giallo Ocra” livery, the time logo designed by Giugiaro. And the spoked wheels black colour integrates perfectly with the tonality of the celebratory livery.
  • The new Scrambler 1100 Tribute PRO also arrives with black spoked wheels. 18 “at the front and 17” at the rear.
  • Brown saddle with a dedicated coating that adapts perfectly to the bike’s design. It is enriched by visible stitching and the Ducati logo on the back.
  • As for the performance, the Tribute Pro comes with a 1,079cc, L-twin, air-cooled engine calibrates to make 84.4bhp of power at 7,500rpm and 88Nm of peak torque at 4,750rpm.

Multistrada V2 S

The Multistrada V2 is a bike designed with the typical Ducati touch. It is not difficult to see that this is a Ducati motorcycle. The colour scheme is rather simplistic with Ducati Red.

It reminds you of older Ducati motorcycles from years back, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. 

However, the new Multistrada V2 is a bit flashy. And if you’re willing to settle for motorcycles that sell perfect for most riders, motorcycles you can last through most roads without having to think twice about them.

The power comes from the Euro 5, 937cc Testastretta 11° desmodromic twin, making 113 hp at 9,000 rpm and 71 lb-ft of torque at 7,750 rpm, or 69 lb-ft of torque at 6,750 rpm.

Thanks to Ducati engineers, the powerplant in the newest member of Multistrada is now lighter by 1.99 kgs (4.4) pounds.

The Ducati Multistrada V2 arrives with fully adjustable suspension, delivered by the semi-active Skyhook suspension system found on the S version.

You will see the Brembo monobloc 4-piston callipers and 320mm discs on the front, while the opposite end gets the Brembo two-piston floating calliper and 265mm disc.

Further, the cornering ABS from Bosch, 6-axis IMU, comes as standard. The new V2 and V2S also have LED taillights. However, only V2S gets the LED headlights.

V2S gets the backlit handlebar switches, and cruise control gets the Shift up as standard.

Multistrada V2 further has 830 mm with 221 kgs ( 489 pounds), and V2 has 224 kgs ( 496 pounds).

The V2 gets lighter by 11, almost 5 kgs (11 pounds) than Multistrada 950.


Multistrada V4 Pikes Peak

The Ducati Multistrada V4 Pikes Peak is based on the standard Multistrada V4 but now comes to an even more extreme adaptation for the road.

Thanks to the wheel exchange from a 3.5×17 inch Marchesini cast wheel with a racing profile upfront and dynamic profile at the rear, combined with Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV tires (120/70 and 190/55 R17), with a single-sided swingarm with 6×17 inch rim.

Pikes Peak promises a great deal. The new model should be well suited for your favourite offroad with this extensive equipment.

We get to see semi-active Öhlins chassis – 48 USD fork and TTX36 shock absorber on the front. While on the opposite side, it shrinks by close to 10mms.

The Multi Pikes Peak gets a 1,158cc, 90-degree-V4 cylinder, liquid-cooled engine powerplant capable of making 167.6bhp at 10,500rpm and 125Nm of peak torque 8,750rpm.


Scrambler Urban Motard

The 803 cc new Scrambler Urban Motard from Ducati oozes style and joyous aura in a row.

Let’s take a close look at what Ducati has put in its new Scrambler.

  • The Urban Motard has an 803cc, L-twin, air-cooled motor that produces 71.8bhp at 8,250rpm and 66.2Nm of peak torque at 5,750rpm.
  • The new livery combines in an unprecedented way the white Star White Silk and the Red Ducati GP ’19 in an animated graphic. Inspired by the world of street art and urban graffiti.
  • The new Scrambler Urban Motard comes equipped with 17″ spoked wheels.
  • The 2022 new Scrambler Urban Motard comes fitted with Pirelli Diablo Rosso III tires. 120/70 front and 180/55 rear, perfect for sporty and dynamic riding.
  • The flat seat combined with the low handlebar allows a dynamic ride and is comfortable for both rider and passenger.
  • 2022 Ducati Urban Motard Scrambler arrives with side number plates.
  • New Scrambler Urban Motard features a high red front fender, an apparent reference to the Motard world.
    Ducati Urband Motard

Streetfighter V2

The new Streetfighter V2 arrives with a 955 cc Superquadro V2 motor, and it calibrates to 153 horsepower at 10,750 rpm and 74.8 lb-ft of torque at 9,000 rpm. They are supported by a 6-speed transmission with Ducati Quick Shift EVO 2 up and down. 

The new V2 weighs 200 kgs ( 441 ) pounds. There is an aluminium single-sided swingarm on the rear. While on the front, we see the 43mm fully adjustable Showa big piston fork with a fully adjustable Sachs monoshock.

Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV tires support the pair of 17inch alloy wheels while 320mm semi-floating brake discs perform the braking duties.

And radially-mounted Brembo Monobloc M4.32 four-piston callipers on the front, while the opposite end has a 245mm single disc paired with a two-piston Brembo calliper.

Sachs steering and Bosch cornering ABS EVO comes as standard.

Deciding which is the best bike Ducati makes is a tough ask. The firm has an outstanding range.

And naked machines with different engine capacities and electronic rider aid. And that’s before you even get into the Ducati range: the flag-bearers for all things strange and wonderful. 

The latest model to join the ranks is the Streetfighter V4 SP. A new variant on the top of the Streetfighter range.


Streetfighter V4 SP

A 1,103cc Desmosedici Stradale V4 powerplant governs the V4 SP. And makes 208 hp at 13,000 rpm and 90.7 lb-ft of torque at 9,500 rpm, supported by an aluminium made 9-disc STM EVO-SBK dry clutch.

The new V2 SP weighs 195 kgs ( 432 ) pounds. We also see the carbon fibre wheels on the Streetfighter V4 SP.

The bike arrives with Ducati Electronic Suspension EVO. As for the suspension has Öhlins all the time, with a NIX-30 fork, TTX36 rear shock absorber. And on the front, we see Öhlins steering damper.

Brakes are Brembo semi-floating discs 330 mm on front supported by radially-mounted Brembo Stylema R monobloc callipers. We see a 245 mm single disc two-piston Brembo calliper on the opposite end.

2022 Panigale V4

Ducati unveiled the Panigale V4 S in the new fifth episode of their web series. The video is one of many marketing products the company has produced to introduce the latest version of their flagship superbike.

They have officially published an all-new digital video that unveils its technical specifications. And strengths to emphasize its unusual personality. 

The company presents a symbolic and evocative film dedicated to the new Panigale V4 S., Which emphasizes the presence of the red side of the company logo on multiple occasions. 

The upcoming Ducati V4 has many new technological advancements, and the Ducati team has done severe homework to improve performance. Ducati has pushed the boundaries with the new Panigale V4. 

As a result, Ducati claims that the new bike has smaller winglets that deliver 37kg of downforce at 300kmph, making a natural home on the track.

Desmosedici Stradale engine now calibarates to 212.5bhp at 13,000rpm and 123.6Nm of peak torque at 9,500rpm. 

Ducati Panigale V4

Panigale V2 Bayliss

The Ducati Panigale V2 is a superbike despite its relatively young age. With aggressive, slim styling and an eye for detail matching all modern supersport machines, the Ducati offers performance and comfort few other bikes can match. 

From the standard form, you can expect maximum performance potential from the bike – but of course, many people will choose to tinker with it a little to see just how fast it can go.

The V2 Bayluss arrives with the 955cc L-twin. The liquid-cooled motor makes 152.9bhp of power at 10,750rpm and 104Nm of peak torque at 9,000rpm. 


Desert X

Astute readers have noted that 2021 has been a roller coaster of a year. Around the globe, OEMs are still recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, the development cost for new models is on the rise. 

Then there are safety regulations, particularly in Europe. All this could be worth it in the long term, but manufacturers and their marketing departments remain under tremendous pressure to deliver immediately.

What’s in a name? 

Well, in Ducati’s case, the new Desert X is far more than a new model. As we said earlier, Ducati Desert X will arrive by 2021 end.

The Desert X gets the 937cc, L-Twin, liquid-cooled engine, and we see the same engine on the new Monster and Multistrada V2. The 937cc L-Twin can make 110bhp of power at 9,250rpm and 92Nm of peak torque at 6,500rpm.


via Ducati India


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