Ducati has exposed its new two-wheeled mashup with guardian manufacturer Lamborghini. The Ducati Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini follows in the footsteps of the 1260 Diavel, this time drawing on the Huracán STO, bringing with each other two Italian icons with widespread stylistic features for a restricted run of bikes developed for those people who need as numerous romantic ponies as feasible in their garage.
For the newest tie-up, Ducati states it used its perfectly-recognised “Fight Formula” to the existing Panigale V4 S (the hottest Streetfighter will make 208 horsepower and 90 pound ft of torque) and then took it a action additional, integrating styling factors that are “unmistakably Lamborghini.” Dependent on which generation of Lamborghini you grew up with, that could signify just about just about anything. Bear in mind the ’80s? Like, all of them? But in this situation, Ducati and Lamborghini settled on a combine of contemporary styling and heritage inspiration.
Just about each and every portion on the bicycle was at the very least breathed on if not outright redesigned. From the wheels, which are bespoke to this design, to the fender layout meant to evoke the STO’s air intakes, practically every thing you see is special. Quite a few of the scaled-down bits are created from carbon fiber (including the tail, tank address and toe caps) and the STO emblem is shown subtly (imagine it or not) on its flanks.
The livery incorporates the #63 (as on the Diavel) in a nod to the 12 months of Automobili Lamborghini’s founding. That’s also the selection Ducati employed to decide the range of units it would create: divide 630 by 10 and voila. Ducati says it will also give an even extra-minimal sequence of a single-off layouts for (you guessed it!) 63 lucky Lamborghini clients who will get the chance to match their bikes to their current (or forthcoming) cars and trucks.