Ducati Hypermotard

Ducati made a slight and smart changes in the design of Ducati Hypermotard. The bike has a V-shaped front part which include the headlight and body coloured cowl with a black visor. The front fender fixed just below the headlight looks very sharp. The LED indicators fixed in hand guards gives a sporty look to the Hypermotard. In order to make this bike look leaner, Ducati has restyled the black colored rear view mirrors which complements the new look of the bike. The bare space between front fender and tyre gives this bike a nasty look which further gets improved with the new 10-spoke design of its alloy wheels. The bike looks narrow and extremely tall when seen from the side. The tail section of this bike is relatively high and it features a single seat which merges nicely into the up-raised fuel tank.


This fuel tank has deep cuts on it which further integrates in to the side engine cover of this bike. Its black finished engine, silencer and extended side panels enhance the look of this bike. The rear cowl of this bike houses its sleek LED tail light. The rear fender of this bike suits the rear fatty tyre and features number plate and indicators on it.

Ducati has used a new Testastretta, L-twin 821cc engine in this bike. This liquid cooled engine can generate a maximum power output of 110 bhp at 9250 rpm. The torque output of this 8 valve engine is of 89 Nm which is available at 7750 rpm. This engine is served with a six-speed manual gearbox which has one gear down and five gears up-shift pattern.
The bike can cover 0-100 km/hr in lessthan 4 sec. The six speed gearbox of the bike offers a better acceleration. The bike weights only 175kg which give a good performance to the bike. Hypermotard has an instant throttle response which helps this bike to catch up-pace in any gear. Ducati has employed an electronic throttle in this bike which senses the need of power and adjusts itself accordingly. Moreover, this engine can perform in three different ways as it has three riding modes. It’s Sport and Touring modes supplies 110 bhp power to this engine while the DTC changes its setting even on the move and gives you high class speeding experience. This bike can cross the speed of 170 km/hr and can go beyond it if pushed hard. The Urban riding mode only supplies 75 bhp of power to this bike which confirms you safe and linear performance. The engine feels quite comfortable at high speeds and the power delivery is also quite linear. This engine lacks any kind of vibration and harshness and sounds extremely refined.


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