The Ducati Multistrada 950 is the smallest adventure tourer from Italian bike maker's stable and is targeted to appeal to a wider set of riders. While the Multistrada 1200 is for the more experienced kind, the 950 will appeal to those looking at similar capabilities without the intimidating power output. The slightly smaller motorcycle also commands a much less premium as well in terms of pricing. The Ducati Multistrada 950 replicates the design language from its older siblings. However, the dimensions are slightly smaller. The Multistrada 950 shares some of the design and styling cues with the Multistrada Enduro as well, like the Enduro's rider seat, rear grab rail, exhaust design and swingarm. The riding position is relaxed, but the bike is still on the heavier side with a kerb weigh of 227 kg. Power on the Ducati Multistrada 950 comes from the 937 cc Testastretta, 11-degree, L-twin engine that churns out 113 bhp at 9000 rpm and 96 Nm of peak torque at 7750 rpm. Over 80% of torque available on the Multistrada 950 between 3500 rpm and 9500 rpm. The motor has been derived from the Hyperstrada, but gets extensive updates with new cylinder heads and fuel-mix now controlled by new throttle bodies. There's a different intake, airbox and exhaust as well.