Is 2024 Ducati Multistrada V4 RS best in Sportsbike?

The 2024 Ducati Multistrada V4 RS has become a successful adventure machine through several redesigns and powerplants. Ducati's impressive suite of electronic rider aids should allow the rider to extract the most out of the Multistrada V4 RS on the street and track. It was designed by Pierre Terblanche. Now the time has come for the sportiest Multi ever. Enter the new Multistrada V4 RS, which is, in many respects, a new revolution.
The iconic Multistrada silhouette is still represented by the Ducati Multistrada V4. To differentiate itself from the departing model, the new variant does, however, receive a few minor design upgrades. This updated model has a more aggressive look, a sizable 22-liter fuel tank, and a smaller, more off-road-friendly tail section that pays homage to its sports bike heritage. A complex duct system that circulates air around the bike is another feature of the machine. The front rim of the newest Multistrada is 19 inches, as opposed to the 17 inches of the previous model.
What's new
Several carbon fibre body panels, a lithium-ion battery, forged aluminium wheels, and a titanium rear subframe help to reduce the weight by over 20 pounds when compared to the Multistrada V4 S with the Granturismo engine.
The 1,103-cc Desmosedici Stradale engine powering the Multistrada V4 RS produces 180 horsepower at 12,250 rpm and 87 lb of peak torque at 9,500 rpm. This engine is essentially a milder version of the Panigale V4 Stradale, but it will still deliver surprising torque delivery over a wide rpm range. The unit has a dry clutch that enables the use of the unique Ducati Corse Shell Advance high-performance oil.
It features engine-braking, ABS, and wheelie control settings. Using forward and rearward radar control technology, adaptive cruise control and blind spot detection combine convenience and safety. Smartphone control, navigation, and setting modification are all possible with the 6.5-inch TFT instrumentation panel.
Based on the most recent Bosch inertial platform, Ducati's electronics suite is among the most sophisticated in the industry. It modulates the engine power delivery over four power modes: full, high, medium, and low. There’s also a Race Riding Mode
The braking system is fully advanced, featuring a floating calliper on the 265mm rear rotor and twin 320mm front rotors clamped by four-piston Stylema radial callipers. The Brembo-Bosch cornering ABS 10.3ME controls the entire system.
Some of its safety features include Ducati quick shift, engine-brake control, traction control, and wheelie control. With a 14:1 compression ratio, this Panigale V4 engine is fed by four 50mm (round equivalent) elliptical throttle bodies.
The Ducati Multistrada V4 comes in three different variants: Standard, S, and Pikes Peak. Three colour options are available for the bike: Ducati Red, Ducati Red (S), and Aviator Grey (S).
The Ducati Multistrada V4 is priced as Multistrada V4 Standard for ₹ 21.48 Lakh, Multistrada V4 S for ₹ 26.73 Lakh, and Multistrada V4 Pikes Peak for ₹ 31.48 Lakh.

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