Ducati Multistrada V4 Rally 2023

The Italian brand released photos of the Ducati Multistrada V4 Rally model 2023. The photos reveal a perfect sports bike for the road. Check out!

The new V4 Rally traces its roots back to the motorcycle manufacturer's first touring motorcycle, the Multistrada 1000, released to the world exactly 20 years ago.

And of course, this new model comes more advanced and with a series of sophisticated features never before seen in the motorcycling industry.

That would be the ride's ability to shut off the engine's rear cylinder not only when stationary but also in motion. Active regardless of the bike's chosen riding mode, this feature allows the engine to be more efficient and use less fuel.

More precisely, fuel consumption should be reduced by about ten percent, allowing the bike to cover more kilometers in nature or elsewhere. Also helping with that is the bike's biggest fuel tank, now holding 30 liters of fuel.

When more power is needed, which usually means that as soon as the speed increases, the system reactivates the cylinder. The engine kept in the frame of the V4 Rally is the 1,158cc V4 Granturismo that we have known for some time.

When running at full throttle, the engine can deliver a maximum of 170 hp and 121 Nm of torque.

As of this writing, you can already spec your own Multistrada V4 Rally and know how much it might cost. The bike is offered in two color variations, Ducati Red and Brushed Aluminum with Matt Black, and will eventually be available in three versions.

The first is Radar, which is your standard Rally equipped with Adaptive Cruise Control and Blind Spot Detection as extras. From this, Adventure Travel & Radar brings aluminum side cases and heated grips and saddles as extras, being a right choice for those who plan to really use the bike outdoors.

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The top-of-the-range model is called the Full Adventure and, in addition to all the above, it comes with a number of performance and visual-oriented options, including an Akrapovic silencer and a carbon fiber front fender.

In the American market, the Ducati Multistrada starts at US$ 29,995, equivalent to R$157,899 for the red variant and US$ 30,595 (R$161,058) for the aluminum and black variant.

With that in mind, the extensive photo gallery that the Ducati Multistrada released this week (in full attached to this piece) can help you decide if it's worth your while.

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Source: Autoevolution