Ducati India just unveiled their latest bike, the Monster SP. Get ready to see this bad boy in action because it has a dual-tone colour scheme, LED headlamp, and sleek flyscreen up front. 

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Specs and Features

Plus, the passenger seat cowl is a nice added touch. But that’s not even the best part – the bike’s 4.3-inch colour TFT display comes with a built-in lap timer. Trust me, and you will want to take advantage of this one!


The Monster SP boasts a powerful 973cc V-twin engine delivers impressive performance. With a maximum output of 110 BHP at 9,250 rpm and a peak torque of 93 Nm at 6,500 rpm, this bike will satisfy the needs of even the most demanding riders. 

The engine is paired with a smooth and responsive 6-speed gearbox with a bi-directional quick-shifter for effortless gear changes in suspension. The Monster SP has top-of-the-line 43 mm upside-down forks at the front and an Ohlins mono-shock at the rear. This setup provides exceptional handling and stability, even at high speeds. 


Hardware and Electronics

The bike also features powerful Brembo Stylema brake callipers, twin 320 mm discs at the front, and a 245 mm disc at the rear, ensuring reliable stopping power in all conditions. The Monster SP has a Termignoni twin-can exhaust that looks great and delivers a deep, throaty exhaust note that will turn heads.

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The electronic aids offered by the Monster SP are thrilling! With cornering ABS, traction control, wheelie control, and three riding modes, this motorcycle makes riding safer and more enjoyable, especially in challenging terrain and corners. 

Ducati’s integration of these cutting-edge technologies into the Monster SP is unique, and I eagerly anticipate experiencing them for myself!

The Ducati Monster SP will soon face a competitor in India. The 2023 Street Triple RS will launch and directly challenge it. It’s worth noting the Monster SP’s price falls between the Supersport 950 and the Multistrada V2 at Rs 15.95 lakh. 

It’ll undoubtedly be thrilling to witness the showdown between these motorcycles in the market.

Source: Ducati India



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