Ducati Streetfighter V2
Ducati expands the Streetfighter family with the introduction of two new models: the Streetfighter V2 and the top-of-the-range Streetfighter V4 SP.
The new Streetfighter V2 is essentialy the Panigale V2, stripped of the fairings and equipped with high and wide handlebars. It’s what Ducati describes as ‘an intuitive and easy-to-handle vehicle, with the right dose of power to ensure feisty performance and maximum riding fun.’
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The dry weight of the V2 is 178 kg, and peak power from the 955cc engine is 153hp at 10,750rpm, while maximum torque of 101.4Nm is reached at 9000rpm.
There’s plenty of electronics onboard, with the 6-axis IMU inertial platform managing it all from cornering ABS to traction control, and wheelie control to engine braking. The Streetfighter V2 also features three Riding Modes (Sport, Road, Wet) with dedicated control settings.
The Streetfighter V2 will be available at £14,995 starting from December 2021 in the Ducati Red colour with black rims.
Streetfighter V4 SP
For 2022 Ducati introduces top-of-the-range Streetfighter V4 SP, offered in a numbered version and marked with the “SP” (Sport Production) abbreviation.
The Streetfighter V4 SP comes with a dedicated livery inspired by MotoGP and SBK champianships, premium equipment derived from the Superleggera V4, as well as with a restrained weight: 196 kg in running order (3 kg less compared to the Streetfighter V4 S).
Premium equipment on the bike includes carbon rims, Brembo Stylema R front brake calipers, Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 suspension, biplane wings, aluminum and CNC machined footpegs, carbon front mudguard, lithium-ion battery and more…
The engine is the 1103cc Desmosedici Stradale with 208hp a torque figure of 123Nm (while still Euro 5-compliant).
The Streetfighter V4 SP will be available in single-seat configuration in the “Winter Test” livery, from January 2022, priced at £28,495.
For full details, see www.ducati.com/gb/en/home
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