2022 Ducati Multistrada V4 revealed
Ducati has revealed the MY2022 Multistrada V4 and this year, the Italian manufacturer's bestseller of 2021 gets a new Iceberg White colour option, some new add-on accessories and an updated semi-active suspension with the introduction of the Minimum Preload system along with some infotainment updates.
First up, the glossy white colour - which will be available in Ducati dealerships from March this year - joins the Ducati Red and Aviator Grey colour options. The bike can be ordered in four different trims (Essential, Radar, Travel & Radar, Full), which you can check out on the Ducati website.
For the electronic package, the main update lies in a new semi-automatic function of the electronic suspension for the Multistrada V4 S, called Minimum Preload. This feature allows you to reduce the height of the motorcycle and makes it easier and safer to place your feet on the ground during city use or when manoeuvring at low speed, especially with a passenger on board.
Another important software update concerns the interaction between the rider and the bike, which is now more functional thanks to the improvements implemented in the Infotainment (Ducati Connect) and HMI (Human-Machine Interface) areas. The new package of updates is available both as a standard feature on new motorcycles and free of charge for those who already own a Multistrada V4 S.
The lowered suspension kit, available as accessory for the Multistrada V4 S, consists of fork springs, shock absorber springs and side stand, designed to reduce the saddle height from the ground by 20 mm. With the introduction of the lowered suspension kit, the seat height range of the Multistrada V4 is even wider. The low saddle (-30 mm) and raised saddle (+15 mm) accessory gives the rider the possibility to choose in a range between 790 and 875 mm to find the configuration that best suits his physical characteristics and riding style.
Starts Rs 18,99,000
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