The plan for the Indian market from Ducati India has been made public. The business is prepared to introduce nine new motorcycles gradually to the market. The cost of these bikes has also been disclosed by the corporation. According to the company, new dealerships will be opened around the nation.
The vehicle manufacturing business announced that Chandigarh and Ahmedabad would be the locations of its newest dealerships. While Ducati Ahmedabad will begin operations in the first quarter of the year, the Ducati Chandigarh unit will start operations in January. Notably, each of these showrooms will receive 3S amenities and will offer the same units for sales, servicing, and replacement parts.
Beginning in the second week of this year, Ducati will start making DesertX deliveries. The business will introduce its mOnster SP, which will have livery modelled after the MotoGP, in the second quarter. The Ducati Monster SP will be sold for 15.95 lakh when it is first released (ex-showroom).
The firm will release its Panigale V4R at a price of 70 lakh after the Monster SP (ex-showroom). The Streetfighter V4 SP2 and Diavel V4 will both debut in the third quarter, respectively. Price-wise, the Streetfighter V4 SP2 would cost 35.33 lakh rupees (ex-showroom). Later, the debut of the Diavel V4 is anticipated to occur in the third quarter of 2023 with a listed price of 25.91 lakh rupee (ex-showroom).
Ducati will launch the Multistrada V4 Rally in the fourth quarter before launching its line of Scrambler 2G motorcycles, which includes the Icon 2G, Throttle 2G, and Nightshift 2G. The cost of the MultiStrada V4 Rally is 29.72 lakh rupees. While the Full Throttle and Nightshift will cost 12 lakh rupees each, the Icon will be on sale for 10.30 lakh rupees. These costs are all ex-showroom.
The Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini will be the brand’s final model to be released. It receives a bespoke livery and a custom appearance to honour the iconic Lamborghini Huracan STO design. Being the most expensive Ducati to be sold in India this year, only a few number of these bikes, which have already been reserved and are priced at 72 lakh (ex-showroom), will be released in India.