Hypermotard 950

Hypermotard 950:
Tech Specs

The Ducati fun-bike
designed for maximum
entertainment.

Explore the many features that make the Hypermotard 950 so unique.

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Testastretta 11° Engine


The Hypermotard 950 family is equipped with a revised version of the 937cc Ducati Testastretta 11° twin-cylinder compliant with Euro 5 emissions regulations.
It delivers 114 hp at 9000 rpm and flaunts a flat torque curve that peaks at 9.8 kgm at 7250 rpm.

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Frame and steering angle


The Hypermotard 950 family features a steel trellis frame with variable-section tubes that is connected to the rear subframe, another steel trellis, inspired by that of the first Hypermotard.
A wide steering angle of 70° affords great handling, while the position of the wheelbase maximises stability at high speeds.

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Suspension


The Hypermotard 950 and RVE are equipped with a Marzocchi fork with fully adjustable 45 mm aluminium tubes and stanchions, with 170 mm wheel travel.
At the rear is an adjustable Sachs shock absorber with 150 mm wheel travel. The Hypermotard 950 SP is equipped with a fully adjustable 48 mm Öhlins fork with 185 mm wheel travel and a fully adjustable Öhlins shock absorber with 175 mm wheel travel.

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Electronics package


The modern and sophisticated electronics aboard the Hypermotard 950 include Bosch Cornering ABS EVO, integrated with the Slide by Brake function that allows for controlled and safe slides into the corners, and Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC) EVO, which can be monitored at all times on the 4.3” TFT display. The rider is also free to customise their riding style and restore the operating parameters set by Ducati for the Sport, Touring and Urban Riding Modes. Hypermotard SP comes complete with Ducati Quick Shift as standard.

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Sports set-up:
SP level.

For those who are not satisfied and want an even more powerful motorbike, here are the unique details of the SP version of the Hypermotard 950.

Displacement
937 cc (57 cu in)
Power
84 kW (114 hp) @ 9,000 rpm
Torque
96 Nm (71 lb-ft) @ 7,250 rpm
Seat Height
870 mm (34.2 in)
Maintenance service intervals
15,000 km (9,000 miles) / 12 months
Wet weight no fuel
193 kg (425 lb)
Tech specs
Displacement
937 cc (57 cu in)
Power
84 kW (114 hp) @ 9,000 rpm
Torque
96 Nm (71 lb-ft) @ 7,250 rpm
Seat Height
890 mm (35.0 in)
Maintenance service intervals
15,000 km (9,000 miles) / 12 months
Wet weight no fuel
191 kg (421 lb)
Tech specs
Displacement
937 cc (57 cu in)
Power
84 kW (114 hp) @ 9,000 rpm
Torque
96 Nm (71 lb-ft) @ 7,250 rpm
Seat Height
870 mm (34.2 in)
Maintenance service intervals
15,000 km (9,000 miles) / 12 months
Wet weight no fuel
193 kg (425 lb)
Tech specs
Technology and safety
6-Axis Inertial Measurement Unit (6D IMU)

The Hypermotard 950 is equipped with modern, sophisticated electronics based on Bosch 6-axis inertial platform, which instantly detects the motorcycle roll, yaw and pitch angle in space.

The electronic package of the Hypermotard 950 includes:

  • Bosch Cornering ABS EVO (with Slide by Brake function) and Ducati Traction Control (DTC) EVO, which together form the Ducati Safety Pack (DSP)
  • Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC) EVO
  • Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up/down EVO, standard on the 950 SP and RVE versions and available as an option on the 950
Riding Mode

The operating parameters of each control system are associated by default with the three electronic setups, or Riding Modes, available on the Hypermotard 950. Riders have the ability to customize their riding styles and restore the parameters set by Ducati.

The Sport Riding Mode is suitable for sports-style riding on winding roads or on the track, and delivers the full 114 hp power delivery of the Ducati twin-cylinder engine according to the performance-oriented electronic setup.

The Touring Riding Mode is ideal for in-town and out-of-town outings and for those who prefer a neat, smooth ride. The 114 hp of the Ducati twin are delivered according to a more safety-oriented electronic setup.

The Urban Riding Mode is designed for everyday use in city traffic and under poor grip conditions, e.g. in the rain. That is why for twin-cylinder Testastretta this mode uses a 75 hp power limit and its electronic settings are all oriented towards maximum safety.

Instrumentation

The instrumentation of the Hypermotard 950 family includes a 4.3" TFT display.

Graphics are reminiscent of the Panigale V4, and offer user-friendly menu navigation and setting adjustments. Each Riding Mode is assigned a specific colour for ease of reference. The Riding Mode setting interface provides a clear-cut, comprehensible overview of current changes to the settings with explanatory drawings of the system being set up and a graduated scale that indicates whether a change is more performance or safety/stability-oriented.

Headlights and indicators

The front light unit features a lightweight, very compact design and uses a headlight with Daytime Running Light (DRL), ensuring high visibility even during the day.

At the rear end, a LED strip doubles as rear and stop light. The front LED turn indicators are integrated in the hand guards to keep the Hypermotard 950’s neat lines uncluttered.

ABS Bosch Cornering

To ensure high braking performance, combined with excellent safety, the Hypermotard 950 has been equipped with ABS Bosch Cornering system with three-level adjustment.

Level 3 is suitable for everyday use on the road or for poor grip conditions. It guarantees safe and stable braking under all conditions, as rear wheel lift is kept under control under harsh braking.

Level 2 always manages both the front and rear braking systems but allows for more aggressive braking with softer lift-up control. This level provides greater safety under braking, even in wet conditions.

Level 1 introduces a racing-like intervention logic of the cornering system up front, and activates the Slide by Brake function at the rear that allows for sliding into corners using the rear brake safely for better performance in sports riding. In level 1, the rear lift-up control is disabled.

Ducati Traction Control EVO (DTC EVO)

The DTC EVO on the Hypermotard 950 is based on an algorithm that makes its interventions more precise and quick.

The DTC EVO interfaces with the Bosch Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) by constantly measuring the bike's angle and using this information to better judge the actions necessary to ensure ideal slipping of the rear tyre (depending on the DTC EVO level set).

Ducati Wheelie Control EVO (DWC EVO)

The Hypermotard 950 comes with the latest version of the Ducati Wheelie Control EVO (DWC EVO). This system uses the information provided by Bosch IMU 6D to prevent wheelies and enables the rider to achieve maximum performance under acceleration with ease and safely.

The DWC EVO detects the occurrence and severity of wheelies more accurately, kicks in and controls them with a higher level of precision, so as to respond to rider inputs even more accurately.

Ducati Multimedia System (DMS)

The Hypermotard 950 comes with provisions for the Ducati Multimedia System (DMS), which enables user to answer phone calls, select and play music tracks, and receive text notifications via Bluetooth technology.

As the rider gets on the motorcycle, the smartphone connects automatically to the motorcycle via the Bluetooth module (available as an accessory on all range models), enabling the rider to control the main multimedia functions. The TFT display shows the track being played, an icon notifying of new incoming text messages or caller name. Call and music audio is transmitted to the earpads of the rider's helmet. The DMS is available as an accessory for all models of the Hypermotard 950 range.

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