Ducati DesertX And ​​Diavel V4 Get Turn-by-Turn Navigation: Details

Italian two-wheeler maker Ducati has announced that the 2023 DesertX will come with turn-by-turn navigation. The new feature will be available first on the Matt Star White Silk and “RR22” camouflage. The manufacturer also added navigation to the Diavel V4, which they say will be available on other models as well.

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February 3, 2023 at 17:37 pm

The Ducati DesertX is equipped with a 937 cc Ducati Testastretta 11° twin-cylinder unit with desmodromic distribution.

Ducati offers turn-by-turn navigation as a Ducati Performance accessory. The TFT display can show navigation guidance via the Ducati multimedia system. Ducati says the feature can be activated at the time of bike purchase or afterwards.

Route guidance is calculated by the Ducati Link app, so no external design is required to use the navigation functions.

Look at the navigation system on the Ducati DesertX TFT screen.

Look at the navigation system on the Ducati DesertX TFT screen.

The system relies on a Bluetooth connection between a smartphone (iOS or Android) between the bike and headsets on the rider’s and passenger’s helmets, and via the Ducati Multimedia System (accessory sold separately), the system displays on the dashboard information about the phone, Notification of messages/emails received and listening to music on your smartphone.

ALSO READ: Ducati to launch 9 new motorcycles: From Panigale V4 R to Multistrada V4 Rally

Ducati has announced that they will launch nine motorcycles in the Indian market. They will be launching Monster SP, Panigale V4 R, Streetfighter V4 SP2, Diavel V4, Multistrada V4 Rally and Scrambler 2G series. Apart from this, the brand is working on opening new dealerships in India, where the deliveries of the DesertX ADV have also started.

The last Ducati model will be the Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini. It features an exclusive livery and a specially designed aesthetic reminiscent of the design of the famous Lamborghini Huracán STO.Only a handful of already pre-booked units will be coming to India, priced from ¥7.2 lakh ex-showroom, this will be the most expensive and premium Ducati sold in India in 2023.

First published date: Feb 3, 2023 at 17:37 PM CST


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