The bike is available in two variants, with one priced at ₹12.08 lakh and the S priced at ₹13.39 lakh (both prices ex-showroom, India). The engine and gearbox are identical on both bikes but the suspension setup and a few other features differ.
The SuperSport is powered by a 937cc 90-degree V-Twin from the Multistrada 950 and Hypermotard 939. On this bike, the engine makes 110hp and 93Nm. The SuperSport comes fitted with a comprehensive suite of electronics which include riding modes, power modes and multi-stage adjustable ABS and traction control. The SuperSport S also gets a quick shifter that works on both up and down shifts. The rear seat cowl is available only on the Supersport S. You can buy the bike in a Ducati Red colour at launch, an additional white colour scheme with red wheels, called Star White Silk will be available from November.
The company has begun accepting bookings for both bikes.