Luxury motorcycle manufacturer Ducati today unveiled 9 new models and plans for 2 new stores in India. The most anticipated Panigale V4 R, Monster SP, Diavel V4, Streetfighter V4 SP2, Multistrada V4 Rally, Scrambler Icon 2G, Scrambler Full Throttle 2G, Scrambler Nightshift 2G, and finally the Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini were introduced in the new models. World Premiere 2023.
Additionally, in 2023, Ducati India will launch two brand new, state-of-the-art dealerships, with Ducati Chandigar opening in January and Ducati Ahmedabad after Q1. Both these showrooms will have sales, service and spare parts available from a single site, which will be 3S facilities.
Deliveries for the Desert X will begin from the second week of January 2023, which has already begun. The Monster SP and Panigale V4R will be introduced in the beginning of the second quarter of 2023.
The SP version of the Monster broadens the line thanks to technical equipment that is ideal for riders who enjoy a sporty ride and adds style with a MotoGP-inspired livery. It will be priced at Rs 15,95,000 ex-showroom India.
The Panigale V4R features technical innovations previously only found in MotoGP and the World SBK Championship, and will be priced at INR 69,99,000 ex-showroom in India. It is the closest production model ever to a competition bike.
Both Streetfighter V4 SP2 and Diavel V4 will arrive in India in the third quarter. The Streetfighter V4 SP2 will retail at INR 35,33,000 Ex-Showroom India and incorporates technical specs specific to the “SP” version to unleash its full potential on the race track.
Finally, the eagerly anticipated Diavel V4 will finally arrive in Q3. A muscle cruiser with a strong sporty personality is the Diavel V4. The V4 Granturismo engine will debut in the Diavel family for the first time.
Diavel V4 price in India is INR 25,91,000 ex-showroom.
Ducati will initially introduce the Multistrada V4 Rallye in the fourth quarter of the year, then the Scrambler 2G lineup, which includes the Icon 2G, Full Throttle 2G, and Nightshift 2G, and finally the most unique Ducati, the Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini. For the first time in 2023.
Ducati’s Scrambler 2G range will be introduced later with a distinctive, original and contemporary design that exudes freedom. It will be available in three brand new variations: Icon, Full Throttle, and Night Shift. Icon 2G is priced at Rs 10,39,000, while Full Throttle and Night Shift is priced at Rs 12,00,000. (Both prices ex-showroom India). Both the appearance and technical content of the new Scrambler line have been tweaked, and the chassis features a new swingarm and trellis frame. Additionally, the Desmodue engine, which has long been a defining feature of the Ducati Scrambler, has been updated, resulting in a 4kg reduction in overall weight compared to the previous model.
The Multistrada V4 finally gets an off-road version in the form of the Multistrada V4 Rallye, which lives up to the principle of continuous evolution. The Multistrada V4 Rally is the perfect travel companion in any situation as it is as easy and intuitive to use in dense metropolitan areas as it is on the toughest off-road routes. Multistrada V4 Rallye price in India is INR 29,72,000 ex-showroom.
The Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini, the most exclusive Ducati to come to India in 2023, makes its final debut at the end of the year. The Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini perfectly embodies the values of style, sportiness and exclusivity shared by both brands with the perfect blend of technology, performance and design. It features a dedicated livery and a specially designed aesthetic to recall the design of the iconic Lamborghini Huracán STO. With a price starting from INR 72,00,000 ex-showroom and coming to India in a limited number of units that have already been reserved, it will be the most expensive and expensive Ducati to go on sale in India in 2023.