The Italian automotive manufacturer company Ducati BS6 has launched two new variants, Panigale V4 and the Diavel 1260 in the country. Along with launches these two variants, the company has previously delivered 8 out of 12 models promised for India in 2021.
Now, move to the details of these two models, let’s beginning with the BS6 Ducati Panigale V4. If we are looking at the Visuals part, the bike looks similar to the BS4 model. Only we will get to see unique thing is – winglets. Additionally, the company’s flagship supersport keeps the power and 214 hp of torque containing 124 Nm produced from its BS6 having 1,103cc of engine capacity with a 90-degree V4 motor.
Additionally, the bike obtains a self-bleeding clutch and brake master cylinders as well as heated grips. The new model of Ducati Panigale V4 has been launched into two segments- V4 and V4 S. The most exclusive S variant gets electronically-controlled Ohlins suspension, a lighter lithium-ion battery along with forged aluminum wheels, these changes also include certain trim tips the weighed at 195kg which is lighter than the standard variant by 3 kg.
Finally, it makes differentiates by gets fully adjustable Sachs suspension as well as a lead-acid battery with cast-alloy wheels. Now, coming to the price part, the V4 is priced at Rs 23.50 lakh and the most exclusive V4 S will set at Rs 28.40 lakh
Now, let’s talking about the other model – the BS6 Ducati Diavel 1260, the bike looks remains similar to before in terms of presence. The environment-friendlier Euro5/BS6 powering with 1262cc of engine capacity, there is L-twin engine which makes excellent for developing respective power, producing 162hp and 129Nm torque. It means power has decreased by 3 hp.
Adding in this, the kerb weight of the bike has also gone up by 5 kg and the bike now tips weighed at 249kg. This is the weight for the standard version while the most exclusive S trim is lighter by 2kg at 247kg.
The duo, Ducati Diavel 1260 and the Diavel 1260 S obtains bits like cornering ABS, launch control, several-phase traction control and, wheelie control as well. The 1260 S obtains a surplus feature in the form of a bi-directional quick-shifter.
Let us talk about the crucial part that is price. The standard model has priced at Rs 18.49 lakh while the most exclusive S trim will now sell at Rs 21.49 lakh (ex-showroom).