This is the all-new Ducati Panigale V4 SP, atwo-wheeled monster that managed to blend some of the best features and traits from the Panigale S, or an R, or a Superleggera.
The Italian motorcycle manufacturer has decided to revive its “SP” moniker with the 2021 Ducati Panigale V4 SP, a bike that’s equally cool. Still, it’s $3,000 less expensive than the V4 R, which is set to cost $37,000.
Each SP bike is individually numbered, but there is no talk about a limited-edition series. In terms of power, a 1,103cc DesmosediciStradale engine (Euro 5) promises 214 hp at 13,000 rpm and 91.5 pound-feet of torque at 9,500 rpm, while an STM EVO-SBK dry clutch handles the delivery.
This special Sport Production bike comes with an open carbon fibre clutch cover, mirror deletes, and various other goodies such as carbon fibre rims, carbon fibre winglets, and front mudguard are standard. The styling is finished off by a brushed aluminium tank.
The SP packs the V4 S’s Öhlins NIX 30 fork, TTX 36 rear shock, Brembo 330mm discs, BremboStylema R callipers, remote adjusting device, and an electronic device steering damper – semi-active suspension hints, might get pro-level riders feeling disappointed.
The bike also includes Rizoma billet footpegs with carbon fibre heel guards, and adjustable rear brake and gear shift levers, and various electronic upgrades.
Looking absolutely incredible, the Panigale V4 SP will arrive at your local Ducati dealer by March 2021. - Web : Luxatic