Nine new Ducati motorcycles headed to India this year, all prices revealed

    The most expensive bike to be launched this year will be the Rs 72 lakh Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini.

    Published On Jan 03, 2023 06:04:00 PM


    Nine new Ducati bikes to be launched in India in 2023.
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    Ducati is gearing up to launch as many as nine new bikes in India and inaugurate two new showrooms, in Chandigarh and Ahmedabad, this year. The company has revealed the prices for all its new 2023 models but it states that they are indicative and may change as and when the bikes are launched through the year. The most affordable bike to be launched this year will be the Rs 10.39 lakh Ducati Scrambler Icon, which received a sizable update recently. The most expensive will be the limited-edition Ducati Streetfighter Lamborghini, priced at a luxury SUV-rivalling Rs 72 lakh. 

    1. Multistrada V4 Rally, Diavel V4 to be launched in India as well
    2. DesertX deliveries to begin in second week of January
    3. Track-focused bikes like Panigale V4 R, Monster SP en route too

    2023 Ducati bike launches in India: details

    Ducati will commence 2023 in India with deliveries of the recently launched DesertX adventure bike, followed by the launch of the Rs 15.95 lakh Monster SP, the more track-oriented variant of the Monster, in the second quarter of the year. The theme of track-focused bikes continues with the launch of the 999cc Panigale V4 R (as opposed to the standard Panigale V4 range’s 1,103cc mill), priced at Rs 69.99 lakh. 

    The range-topping Streetfighter V4 SP2 will be next in line and will command a price of Rs 35.33 lakh. Next we have the all-new Diavel V4 priced at Rs 25.91 lakh, both to be launched in Q3 2023.

    The fourth quarter of 2023 will see the Rs 29.72 lakh Multistrada V4 Rally – which gets a 30-litre tank and wire-spoke wheels as opposed to the standard model’s 22.5-litre unit and cast-alloy rims – make its way to India. It will be followed by the updated Ducati Scrambler line-up, which consists of the Icon (Rs 10.39 lakh), Full Throttle and Nightshift variants (both costing Rs 12 lakh). 

    The final launch of this year will be the ultra-exclusive, limited-edition Ducati Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini, featuring actual Lamborghini paint and a host of bespoke parts, priced at an eye-watering Rs 72 lakh, making it the most expensive Ducati when it goes on sale later this year. 

    All prices mentioned here are ex-showroom, Delhi.


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