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Nine-Mile 2021 Ducati Streetfighter V4 S Bears Hyper Naked Thrills by the Dozen

Menacingly imposing is the perfect way to describe both its power output and cosmetic demeanor.
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If you’re after superbike performance but can’t be bothered with fairings or tucked ergonomics, then you will have at least fantasized about popping a cheeky nooner on a Ducati Streetfighter V4 S. Of course, getting your hands on one such entity – new or used – isn't going to be a cheap affair, yet it’s still more attainable than the prospect of owning a faired Panigale!

With this being said, we’ll go right ahead and announce that the 2021 Streetfighter V4 S shown above is going on the block at this very moment. Peek at the motorcycle’s five-inch TFT display, and you’ll see a paltry nine miles (14.5 km) counted by its odometer. In essence, what you’re looking at here is a brand-new, bone-stock machine without a single imperfection to meet the eye.

The Italian hyper naked gets sent on its way by a Desmosedici Stradale V4 engine, which is mated to a wet slipper clutch and a six-speed gearbox with Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) technology. Featuring elliptical throttle bodies, a counter-rotating crank, and 14:1 compression, the 1,103cc mill is capable of spawning 208 hp at 12,750 rpm.

A peak torque output numbering 90 pound-feet (123 Nm) will be generated lower down the rev range, and all this tarmac-scorching grunt can result in speeds of up to 175 mph (282 kph). Electronic Ohlins suspension, ABS-equipped Brembo brakes, and forged aluminum Marchesini hoops make up the Streetfighter’s running gear. Lastly, its curb weight is rated at 439 pounds (199 kg).

In case you’ve got about $20k to spare, do consider having a gander at the current listings on Bring a Trailer by tomorrow afternoon (November 15), as that’s when Ducati’s brute will be making its way to a new home. At the time of this article, the leading bid is placed at a cool $18,500, but it remains to be seen whether the reserve price will be met.

Editor's note: This article was not sponsored or supported by a third-party.

 
 
 
 
 

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