After The Panigale V2, The Multistrada 950 Also Gets The White Treatment
- by Jehan Adil Darukhanawala
- Jul 9, 2020
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The S variant of the baby Ducati ADV gets this new livery called ‘GP White’
- Ducati will be bringing the S variant of the Multistrada 950 to India soon.
- The higher-spec ‘S’ trim gets better kit like electronic suspension, bi-directional quickshifter and cornering lights.
- Expect the model to carry a price tag of around Rs 14 lakh.
The colour red is imbibed in everything that Italians do. From Bolognese sauce to Bologna bullets, everything has got to be red. And even if their eccentric nature would lead them to search for some other tone, there has got to be something red neatly woven in. Just take the new Ducati Panigale V2 for instance. It gets a new white colour but the contrasting red elements just make the bike pop. A similar treatment has been given to the company’s entry-level adventure motorcycle: the Multistrada 950.
The new livery is called ‘GP White,’ which as you can guess is inspired from its racing exploits. The graphics sure are kind of like the GP bike but the main colour is white. Still, you find red elements on the motorcycle like the red exposed trellis frame, the single red slash across the fairing and the rim accents. This new scheme is only found on the higher-spec Multistrada 950 S model, the regular 950 already got a plain ‘Star White Silk’ colour option.
The Multistrada 950 and the 950 S are going to be among the first BS6 bikes from Ducati in India. The 937cc Testastretta 11° engine makes 113PS and 96Nm in its Euro 5/BS6 guise, the same as before. While the regular 950 doesn’t skimp on riding aids, the S variant gets a whole load added more to the electronic suite. It comes with cornering ABS, hydraulic clutch, bi-directional quickshifter and cruise control.
Additional features that are found on the 950 S are LED headlights with cornering lights, backlit-switchgear, a 5-inch colour TFT dash that is equipped with Ducati’s smartphone connectivity module and electronically adjustable suspension units, like the larger Multistrada 1260. Head here for more details on the S variant.
Ducati is expected to ride both variants of the Multistrada 950 into the country later this year with prices for the S trim expected to be around Rs 14 lakh.
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