2020 Ducati Superleggera V4. Here Are the First Photos

The first pictures of the Ducati Superleggera V4, codenamed Project 1708, have been leaked on social media

The 2020 Ducati Superleggera V4 has more aerodynamic winglets compared to the Panigale V4 R model and a GP16 MotoGP bike look-alike colour scheme. We already know that it will have a V4 engine making 234 hp and a dry weight of 152 kg. The official specs will be presented later today when the superbike will be launched.
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The first photos of the 2020 Ducati Superleggera V4 have been leaking on social media. The Italian superbike official launch will take place later today and from what we can see from the pictures the Project 1708 as the motorcycle is named for the moment has two pair of winglets on each side. It features a lot of carbon fibre parts like the wheels, frame, swingarm and bodywork. All this will keep the dry weight down at 152 kg.
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The engine will be the 998cc V4 fitted on the Panigale V4 R which will make 234 hp equipped with the full Akrapovic race exhaust system and 224 hp standard.

The 2020 Ducati Superleggera V4 will be fitted with Brembo Stylema callipers and mechanical Öhlins suspension. Only 500 units will be built and the price tag should be around the speculated $100,000.
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We just have to wait a couple of hours for the Ducati Superleggera V4 to officially debut.
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