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Ducati 2021 Superleggera V4 Is The New Name Of Speed

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For those looking for some social distancing, by feeling the adrenaline of riding one of the best performing motorcycles designed by Borgo Panigale, Ducati is making your dream come true, as they launch their fastest and most technologically advanced motorcycle in history, the 2021 Superleggera V4.

Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A., headquartered in Bologna, Italy has designed and manufactured the most exclusive Ducati motorcycle ever produced. Production is limited to only 500 numbered motorcycles with a certificate of authenticity. The first delivery was to Belgian Ducatista Filip Van Schil, who already possesses nine other Ducati bikes.

Known for its engineering excellence, Ducati’s new Superleggera V4 is the epitome of cutting-edge technology and aerodynamic design. Made mostly with carbon fiber, the frame, swinging arm and rims offer an unbeatable power/weight ratio of 1.54 hp/kg, while the motorcycle’s “Biplane” wings offer maximum downforce.

Approved for road use, the street version offers 224 Horsepower or upgrade to 234 Horsepower for track w/ included racing kit. It weighs only 336 lbs, that’s 7 Horsepower per pound = well better than an F1 car.

This special motorcycle features cornering ABS, slide control, wheelie control, power launch, a multimedia system, data analyzer and GPS.

Even though motorcycle brands don’t communicate top speed, assume this Ducati goes 200+.

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The new Ducati Superleggera V4 is priced at $100,000 USD, compared to $20,000 to $25,000 for a top Ducati superbike.

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