When it comes to creating amazing cars and bikes, there are few who do it as well and as stylish as the Italians. Lamborghini, well we don’t need to tell you about all the amazing cars that come out of the Pieve di Cento factory, most can double as works of art. The same can be said of Ducati whose motorbikes not only have amazing performance but looks second to none. When these two Italian giants get together for a collaboration on a special edition model you can pretty much guess the outcome - pure perfection. In this case, the motorcycle manufacturer decided to create a streetfighter-style two-wheeler to complement Lamborghini’s Huracán STO - arguably one of the most visually appealing models ever to wear the Raging Bull badge.
With the new two-wheeler being inspired by the STO, you just know it’s something special. This new bike has been dubbed the Ducati Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini, and the livery design makes the bike look like the car’s immediate family. The colours used for the bike are exactly the same as those used for the Huracán STO, the base is in a shade of green called Citrea Green, and the ancillary parts have been finished in the contrasting Dac Orange colour. This colab by Centro Stile Ducati and Centro Stile Lamborghini has resulted in a planned 630 models of the Ducati making it a bike that will no doubt become a sought-after collector’s edition. What’s more, is that 63 of these bikes have been offered to Lamborghini owners so in effect you can’t have one of these Ducatis in your collection without having a Lamborghini or two to accompany it. These owners will have the option of customising their ordered Streetfighter V4 to their specific Huracán paint scheme so there should be some very interesting-looking versions leaving the factory. How's those wheels on the Duke? The follows that of the Huracán STO, and the titanium locking nut on the rear rim gives it that proper race feel.
The Ducati Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini is powered by a 1 103 cc Desmosedici Stradale engine that creates 208 hp with MotoGP-derived desmodromic distribution. The suspension features Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 semi-active units and braking is from Brembo making use of 330 mm discs and Stylema calipers. The aerodynamic package is based on carbon biplane wings that are integrated into the tank side covers and these work to stabilise the bike at high speeds without compromising agility and handling.
Take a look at the YouTube video that showcases the results of a collaboration between two of Italy's finest manufacturers, one from the world of cars and one from the world of motorbikes: Ducati Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini | Unexpected Beauty | Ducati
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