Updated Ducati Supersport 950 arrives in Down Under
Spec and prices rise
The 2021 SuperSport 950 has arrived in Australia and New Zealand with new fairings and higher electronic tech, while prices have also increased.
The SuperSport 950 features redesigned fairings, developed by the Ducati DesignCentre, giving the bike a strong resemblance to the Panigale V4.
Retail ride away price in starts at $19,390 ($20,229 in New Zealand), up from $18,000 while the SuperSport S starts at $20,229 compared with $20,250 last year.
The S model is equipped with fully adjustable Öhlins suspension and a passenger seat cowl.
Both are still powered by the 937 cc Ducati Testastretta 11° twin-cylinder engine which has been revised to comply with Euro 5 standard.
The bike also comes with electronic controls that use Bosch’s 6-axis inertial platform to detect the bike’s roll, yaw, and pitch angles in space.
The electronics package consists of:
Bosch Cornering ABS;
Ducati Traction Control (DTC) EVO;
Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) Up /Down EVO and;
Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC) EVO which is a new feature.
All features are adjustable via the menu of the new 4.3” full-TFT display with graphics and interface. The SuperSport 950 comes with three Riding Modes, called Sport, Touring and Urban – allowing the user to choose between different pre-set modes of the engine parameters and electronic controls to adapt the character of the bike to the rider’s style and environmental conditions.