New Colour for Ducati Supersport

  • Ducati has unveiled new colour schemes for the Supersport range.

  • The standard version will get the new Titanium Grey.

  • The S version will still be sold in Ducati Red and Star Silk Whilte.

The best-selling Supersport gets a new colour. (Please click on the link below for our preview when the Supersport was launched.)

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Possibly in a bid to differentiate between the “standard” Supersport and high-spec’ed Supersport S, the former will see the discontinuation of Ducati Red.

In its place is Titanium Grey with red wheels (previously black) and frame. The new colour scheme is reminiscent of the 916 Senna in the mid-1990s. According to a website which published the story, the manufacturer says that the rear seat cover will also be available in Titanium Grey. The new colour will also be available for the plastic inserts for the panniers.

The standard version features fully adjustable 43mm Marzocchi forks and a Sach shock. Owners could add on accessories such as Ducati Quick Shift later, later on.

As for the S-version range, the present Red and Star White Silk paintwork are continued. Standard features are fully-adjustable 48mm Öhlins forks with TiN-coated slider tubes, fully-adjustable Öhlins monoshock with remote reservoir, quickshifter and passenger seat cover.

The engine remains the same 937cc, Testastretta 11o, 90o V-Twin (Ducati insists on calling it “L-Twin”) which produces 110 bhp @ 9000 RPM and 93.2 Nm of torque @ 6500 RPM.

Price has also remained unchanged.

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