- Engine: 821 Cc
- Mileage: 12 Kmpl
- Power: 111.5 bhp
- Weight: 850 Kg
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Ducati Hyperstrada Overview
After the superb Hypermotard, iconic bike maker Ducati is planning to launch the touring version of the Hypermotard that goes by the name of Hyperstrada, in the growing Indian premium motorcycle market.As already mentioned, the Ducati Hyperstrada is the tourer version of the famous Hypermotard and shares the basic styling with its sibling which is extremely aggressive, while some design cues have been also taken from the bikeвЂ™s bigger sibling, the Multistrada. The front face of the motorcycle gets a sleek headlight and a sporty front cowl. The face of the Hyperstrada is very sharp, edgy and contemporary making it a great choice for the style buffs. The bike also features some stunning styling features including 10-spoke alloy wheels in black color, tall tinted visor, hand guards integrated with LED turn indicators, exposed engine colored in black, up-swept muffler, sportily designed fuel tank and attractive LED taillight with side indicators. The aerodynamically designed Hyperstrada is built on a sturdy and stable steel trellis frame.
Ducati Hyperstrada Engine & Transmission
The Ducati Hyperstrada gets powered by the same L-twin cylinder Testastretta liquid-cooled 821.1 cc motor that runs the Hypermotard. This engine generates a max power of 110 bhp at 9250 rpm and a peak torque 89 Nm at 7750 rpm. The engine has been skillfully paired off with a smooth 6 speed manual transmission gearbox.
Ducati Hyperstrada Mileage
The Ducati Hyperstrada is expected to offer a fuel efficiency ranging from 12 to 14 km per liter on the Indian roads, depending on the drive conditions and riding mode.
Ducati Hyperstrada Performance and Handling
The Ducati Hyperstrada comes powered by a refined, tried and tested engine which ensures that bike is a great tourer and a powerful off-roader. The motorcycle weighs just 204 Kgs that aids in its excellent performance, while also offering instant throttle. The bike is fast and provides quick acceleration and can easily reach the speed of 100 km pre hr from a standstill position in mere 6 seconds or less. The bike offers 3 different riding modes вЂ“ Sport, Touring and Urban. While the Sport and the Touring riding modes offer the full power of this engine very fast, in the Urban riding mode it offers only 75 bhp of power to provide a stable and safe ride through the heavily traffic stricken city roads. The bikeвЂ™s engine is truly refined engine that performs offers awesome powerful performance while revving hard. The bike is extremely powerful, but makes minimal noise even at high speed levels while its high torque makes it ascend even on steep hilly roads with ease. The bikeвЂ™s high ground clearance makes it an all-terrain bike, while itвЂ™s high and comfortable seating position offer clear vision and comfortable long rides. The bike offers great ride and light and easy handling even on bad roads. It performs and handles best on tough off roads. It comes with efficient and smooth suspension system ensuring a comfortable ride and effortless handling. The bikeвЂ™s broad tyres and great braking system offers full control to the rider while offering great stability even on the roughest if road conditions. This bike is a massive performer and offers superb handling.
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