This beast has 200 horsepower, a dry clutch, and a sky-high price tag.
Co-branding and product crossovers between enterprises that are owned by the same family are often somewhat dull.
When brands like Ducati and Lamborghini are brought together, a previously uninteresting mix transforms into something hip and trendy.
Lamborghini Ducati Streetfighter V4 is coming. It’s a limited run of the ludicrous V4 S motorbike, which borrows styling influences from the Lamborghini Huracan STO.
The additional elements, when coupled with the basic premise of the original Streetfighter, result in an experience that is both enticing and excessive.
The Streetfighter V4 S is based on the Panigale V4 S and has a 1,103-cc V4 engine with more than 200 horsepower,
An Ohlins electronic suspension, and enough safety systems to prevent even the most irresponsible rider from entering low-Earth orbit.
The Lamborghini version of the Huracan STO has a reworked Akrapovic underbody muffler, wheels that are suggestive of the Lamborghini brand,
And changed body panels. All of these elements draw inspiration from the aggressive design language of the Huracan STO.
The fact that this one-of-a-kind Streetfighter is equipped from the factory with a dry clutch is perhaps the feature that stands out the most.
If you are not acquainted with Ducati, it is possible that this will not make much sense to you in regard to the specific reasons why it is so awesome.
This change makes riding the bike on the street hazardous since it is less tolerant of slips and makes a scary noise if one occurs.
Something like a washing machine packed of traffic accidents or the tambourine that Satan himself plays. Magnificent is the only word that comes to me when I think about it.