2022 Ducati MultiStrada V4S in White Iceberg also comes with Spoked rims and sports new suspension system which lowers automatically…
Ducati have brought and launched their most popular model – Multistrada V4 S – in India and that too in a beautiful new White ‘Iceberg’ colour option for the 2022 edition.
2022 Ducati Multistrada V4 S in Iceberg Colour Option & Spoked Wheels
Ducati have launched the 2022 Multistrada V4 S in Iceberg colour and spoked wheels variant in India at Rs. 26,99,000/- (ex-showroom).
This makes the new Iceberg paint option Multistrada V4 S model in spoked wheels model nearly Rs. 1,50,000/- more expensive than the same bike in other colours.
The most significant upgrade brought to the 2022 Multistrada V4 S is the introduction of the ‘Minimum Preload Function’ to their already existing semi-automatic SkyHook suspension system. This new system allows the bike to temporarily further lower the bike’s height to aid shorter riders to mount and dismount the bike with confidence and ease.
Further aiding the Minimum Preload Function, Ducati have also introduced a new Lowering Kit to Multistrada V4’s parts catalogue. It consists of fork springs, shock absorber springs and a side-stand that will further reduce the seat height by 20 mm. Combining it with Ducati’s low saddle, the Lowering Kit can bring the seat height of the Multi to as low as 800 mm. Impressive indeed!!
The infotainment and the bike-rider interface have also been updated for the new year. However, this upgrade is not limited just to the 2022 model, the 2021 model owners can also update their Multistrada V4 instrumentation to a newer and better experience.
The 2022 Ducati Multistrada V4 S is powered by a 1,158 cc, Granturismo V4 engine that boasts 168 HP at 10,750 RPM and 121 Nm of torque at 8,750 RPM. The new model rides on either alloys or wire-spoke wheels suspended by Ducati SkyHook Suspension EVO (DSS) with a travel of 220 mm at both ends. Also, the fuel tank of this variant boasts a capacity of nearly 30 L.
With its arrival, the 2022 Ducati Multistrada V4 S will compete directly with BMW R1250 GS Adventure, Triumph Tiger 1200 Range and Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250 & 1250 Special.