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Ducati unveils new stripe colour scheme for its SuperSport 950 S

Ducati has unveiled a fresh new colour scheme for its Supersport 950 S which will replace the plain white version of 2023 and sit alongside the classic Ducati Red colour for 2024.

The new Stripe livery sports two dark grey and Ducati Red coloured bands, located on the front mudguard and on the side air vents that Ducati says “creates a play of shapes that gives a further boost to the “Iceberg White” fairing, for a dynamic final effect”.  That’s marketing speak for, ‘it looks cool’.

The 950’s design features numerous references to its sportier Panigale V4 sibling, from the luminous signature of the full-LED headlight, equipped with DRL, and side air vents but offers a level of comfort and practicality the Panigale can’t match.

Mechanically, the SuperSport 950 S remains unchanged for 2024 retaining the same lightweight single-sided aluminium swingarm and trellis frame fixed to the Italian manufacturer’s iconic Testastretta 11° twin-cylinder engine that is capable of punching out 81kW (110 hp) of power at 9,000rpm and 93 Nm of torque at 6,5000rpm.

Standard features for the SuperSport 950 S include a fully adjustable Öhlins fork and shock absorber, a pillion seat cover and a collection of fruity bits and pieces that separate the S from the more affordable base model Supersport.

The electronic package brings together the best of Ducati technology and consists of ABS Cornering, Ducati Traction Control, Ducati Wheelie Control, Ducati Quick Shift and the three Riding Modes (Sport, Touring and Urban), in addition to the full-TFT 4.3’’ display.

The SuperSport 950 S can be customised according to personal tastes and needs thanks to a range of accessories packages created by Ducati Performance. To check out the range of accessories for the Supersport click here to head to the Ducati accessories website.

Want to read our full test of the 950 S? Well, click here!

The new Stripe version of the Supersport 950 S will set you back $24,900 ride away, while the Supersport S in Ducati Red is $400 cheaper at $24,500 ride away.