We had the pleasure to take the Ducati Streetfighter V4 out for a few days, which you can check out for the full review below.
The so-called hyper-naked machine is one of a kind motorcycle thanks to its Panigale V4-derived powerplant that churns out more than 200hp.
However, all those power comes with a hefty price tag of RM115,900 for the base model, while the range-topping V4 S will set you back at RM145,900.
For those who want the Streetfighter V4 but are unwilling to spend that much, worry not, as we might be getting some good news from the folks at Bologna.
The latest development suggests that there could be a V2 version of the Streetfighter.
Moreover, alleged photos show what could be the Ducati Streetfighter V2 currently undergoing testing in Italy along with the Multistrada V4 Pikes Peak.
Nonetheless, if the rumours and the spy shot is somewhat true, the basic is easy to guess; strip away the fairing from the Panigale V2 and boom! You get the Streetfighter V2.
The current Panigale V2 makes around 153hp and 104Nm from its twin-cylinder 955cc Superquadro, which is still plenty for a naked version V2.
Considering the fully-faired Ducati Panigale V2 is currently available at RM109,900, the Streetfighter V2 could have a lower price point. All we have to do now is to wait until November, as the Borgo-Panigale factory might reveal the new Streetfighter at the 2021 EICMA in Milan.