Ducati Streetfighter V4 S First Look

Ducati Streetfighter V4 S
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Insurance Costs: 10 of 10
Launch RRP: £19,800

Power: 205 bhp

Engine: 1,103 cc, 14,500 rpm red line, 200 mph top speed

Economy: 35 mpg

Range: 120 miles from the 16.0 litre tank

Seat Height: 845 mm

Weight: 199 kg (wet), 178 kg (dry)

What Is It?

The Ducati Streetfighter V4 S is a top of the line naked bike and is powered by a liquid cooled 1,103cc V4 Desmosedici Stradale engine, producing 205.2bhp at 12,750rpm and maximum torque at 11,500rpm.

Features include:

  • Aluminium frame and swingarm, Magnesium sub frame
  • Dual 330mm discs up front with Brembo Stylema 2 piston calipers
  • 245mm disc at the rear with Brembo single piston caliper
  • Bosch 9.1MP Evo cornering ABS
  • Electrically adjustable 43mm Ohlins NIX30 fork with 120mm travel
  • Electrically adjustable Ohlins TTX36 rear shock with 130mm travel
  • Ohlins steering damper
  • Ride modes: Street (153bhp), Sport, Race
  • Slide control, wheelie control, engine brake control
  • Traction control, launch control
  • Auto tyre pressure calibration
  • 5" colour TFT dash, LED lighting all round
  • 4->2->1->2 exhaust system
  • Assist and slipper clutch
  • Lean angle aware up / down quickshifter

The Streetfighter V4 S is basically a naked Panigale V4 S without the fairing but with higher bars, double wings each side, more seat padding, a slightly de-tuned engine and a more relaxed riding position.

It builds on the 2kg heavier base Streetfighter with a light weight Lithium battery, forged wheels, Ohlins electrically adjustable suspension and Ohlins steering damper.

The Marchesini 9-spoke forged 17" wheels take a Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa II 120/70 tyre at the front and huge 200/60 at the rear.

Accessories include the GPS / data logger, multimedia system, Magnesium wheels, low seat, racing seat, a range of Carbon bits and Akrapovic slip-on (-4kg) or full Titanium system (-6kg, 217bhp).

Colours: Red

It should hit the dealers March 2020

Did You Know?

The wings generate a downforce of 20kg at the front and 8kg at the back when travelling at 168mph, reducing the tendency to wheelie and helping to keep the front wheel on the tarmac when cornering.


More Info

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