Ducati Monster SP available in India at Rs 15.95 lakh

   May 04,2023

The top-spec SP edition of Ducati's renowned Monster is now available for Rs 15.95 lakh (ex-showroom, India). This SP model is Rs 3 lakh more expensive than the standard Monster and is also more track-oriented. The engine is the same as the engine in the ordinary bike.


What's new in Ducati Monster SP

The difference between the ordinary monster and the SP model is the suspension and brake hardware. The SP is supported by a fully adjustable Ohlins NIX 30 fork and Ohlins monoshock. Brembo provides the braking hardware, which includes top-tier Stylema callipers that bite down on twin 320mm discs. 

Because of the suspension unit changes, the bike has grown taller and now has a seat height of 840mm. As a result of these changes, there is now additional cornering clearance available. A steering damper is also standard on the Monster SP. 

At 186kg (wet), the Monster SP is 2kg lighter than the basic bike. A carbon-fibre/titanium Termignoni silencer, a lighter subframe, and a lithium-ion battery were used to achieve this. It also has Pirelli Rosso 4 tyres instead of the basic bike's Rosso 3.  

The Monster SP is powered by a 937cc liquid-cooled L-twin engine that produces 111hp at 9,250rpm and 93 Nm at 6,500rpm. This engine is paired with a 6-speed gearbox and a bidirectional quick-shifter. Traction control, wheelie control, launch control, power modes, riding modes (including a new Wet riding mode), and switchable dual-channel ABS are all available, all controlled by a six-axis IMU.    

The Monster SP has a one-of-a-kind paint scheme inspired by the Ducati Desmosedici GP racebike, as well as a colour-matched seat cowl.  

The Ducati Monster SP will face competition from the soon-to-be-released in India 2023 Street Triple RS. The Monster SP is priced at Rs 15.95 lakh, putting it between the Rs 15.75 lakh SuperSport 950 and the Rs 16.05 lakh Multistrada V2.

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