The 2020 Ducati Superleggera V4, as it appears to be the official name, might be a pre-production version of the superbike judging by the picture. There are no mirrors fitted and no registration number plate on the back. We can see that the bike features Öhlins suspension, Brembo brakes, carbon fibre wheels and swingarm from BST. Ducati also fitted an STM dry slipper clutch as we can tell from the photo.
One aspect that Ducati never backed down from when it came to limited exotic superbikes were the materials used to build the parts. We can see that the Italians used carbon fibre, titanium, and other exotic materials. The wheels look carbon fibre made, probably the bodywork is made from carbon fibre as well while the swingarm may be from carbon fibre too. The superbike is believed to weight 152 kg dry. The 2020 Ducati Superleggera V4 is set to start production in April and delivery dates are scheduled for May 2020. If you want to buy one you must hurry because the bike is limited to 500 units and it costs $100,000. Source: Conquest Racing