Ducati recently unveiled the Supersport, which was designed to strike a balance between exclusivity and visibility. A leisurely sportbike that isn't very track-oriented.
About Ducati Supersport
The aggressive visage of the Panigale serves as an inspiration for the new and improved Supersport with the 950 suffix. A split-type headlight with LED projectors and air vents on each side has replaced the odd-looking single-unit headlamp.
The interface for accessing the settings is much simpler now that it has a 4.3-inch color TFT display.
The motor is the same component that powers the Hypermotard and Multistrada as well. However, in comparison to the previous edition, the motor records significantly less power and torque owing to the need to comply with pollution laws.
From a complete stop, the motorbike accelerates to exceed 100 kph in less than three seconds.
The Ducati Supersport 950 S isn't the cheapest sport tourer available at Rs 18.39 lakh (ex-showroom). But it's not too difficult to see where the money is going given the kind of equipment and the degree of comfort.