Just a couple of days ago we reported about the key specs of Ducati V4 Superleggera and now we’ve got a (probably, the first) clear picture of the bike in its final avatar.
Since the new V4 Superleggera is based on Panigale V4, it looks like one. However, what caught our attention was the sheer number of winglets at the front-end of the bike. Of course, these are present to keep this monster of a motorcycle pinned down to the ground.
Ducati has had quite the experience in wing design. We’ve seen this technology in MotoGP bikes. Perhaps, with the V4 Superleggera, that’s the closest you could get to a proper MotoGP race machine.
We can see the black winglets protruding on the front fairing. They are also present below the gorgeous headlights. They are aerodynamic elements which will help the rider to utilise the max potential of the 234 bhp, 152 kg V4 Superleggera.
Only 500 units of Ducati V4 Superleggera will be made and each one of them will cost a whopping $100,000.
We are expecting to see more pictures and the full spec sheet of the bike in the coming few weeks.
Source – Visordown