2022 SuperSport 950 S Red
Sportier in appearance, more fun to ride and even easier, safer, and more comfortable thanks to a richer standard of equipment.
110 hp (81 kW) @ 9.000 rpm
69 lb-ft (93 Nm) @ 6.500 rpm
184 kg (405 lb)
810 mm (31.9 in)
Riding Modes, ABS Bosch Cornering, Ducati Traction Control (DTC) EVO, Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC) EVO.
Comfort and Versatility
To combine comfort and versatility while ensuring sporty riding on the new SuperSport 950 S, attention has been paid to ergonomics, aerodynamic protection and freedom of movement for the rider.
The seat is one piece and 810 mm high allowing the rider to easily place their feet on the ground.
The height at which the handlebars are positioned is to assume a sporty riding position without overloading the wrists, while the footrests are positioned to not strain the knees, while ensuring maximum control.
This riding position will be appreciated in everyday use and on mid duration trips and is a will deliver fun sporty riding when you want to pick up the pace.
The new SuperSport 950S is equipped with a trellis frame that uses the engine as a structural element of the chassis. The main steel trellis is connected to the cylinder heads, while the rear seat post subframe, also in steel, is fixed to that of the vertical cylinder.
This configuration allows for a very compact, light frame with high torsional rigidity, a perfect feature to enhance the dynamic qualities of the SuperSport 950S. The configuration of the frame supporting the engine contributes to having a curb weight of 210 kg, 1 kg. less than the first SuperSport.
The SuperSport 950 S is equipped with modern and refined control electronics, based on the Bosch’s 6-axis inertial platform capable of instantly detecting roll, yaw, and pitch angles of the bike in space.
The electronic package of the SuperSport 950S consists of:
- Bosch Cornering ABS
- Ducati Traction Control (DTC) EVODucati Wheelie Control (DWC) EVO
- Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up / down EVO, standard on all versions
The operating parameters of each control are associated by default to the three Riding Modes (Sport, Touring, Urban). The rider is given the opportunity to customize their own riding styles and to restore the defaults set by Ducati.