The Italian manufacturer, Ducati is offering its Supersport range in an all-new Titanium Grey colour option. This new colour option which is in contrast with red accent on visible frame and wheels, seems decent as compared to the brand’s traditional red paint scheme. Apart from frame and wheels, the red will appear on the plastic inserts of the side mounted panniers, if you go for this accessory. In the lineup, this new colour scheme replaces the existing red paint scheme. Though, there is no clarification that the red colour option will be provided to the top spec SuperSport S variant.
Mind you, as of now, this new elegant paint scheme is being provided only in the UK markets. There is no information that it will be made available for the Indian market or not. The only thing we can do is hope for good.
In India, the Ducati has both of its standard and the Supersport S models on sale at the price sticker of INR 12.08 lakh and Rs 13.39 lakh respectively. Under the fuel tank, both the trims share similar 937cc, L-Twin Testastretta engine. Mated to a six-speed gearbox, the engine is capable of churning out the peak power of 110PS at 9500 rpm along with 93 Nm of torque at 6500rpm.
Among the gizmos, the Ducati Supersport obtains eight-level traction control, three-level Bosch ABS and ride-by-wire technology. The additional features which are the part of higher-specs Supersport S model includes a bi-directional quick shifter, adjustable suspension setup sourced from Ohlins and a rear cowl.