After the Diavel as a tribute to Sian, Ducati and Lamborghini have teamed up again to produce the Steetfighter V4 as a tribute to the Lamborghini Huracan STO.
Ducati and Lamborghini have teamed up for a new special edition. Dubbed the Ducati Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini, the motorcycle is inspired by the Huracán STO and “fully embodies the values of extreme performance, sportiness and exclusivity” shared by the two brands. The front fender, tank, engine skid and tail got a Lamborghini-inspired update. The air extractors, diffusers and air intakes have also been designed to recall those found on the Huracán STO. And that’s not all: the bike has forged rims that mimic those found on the Italian supercar. This includes a titanium mono-nut attachment on the back.
Like the Huracán STO, the Ducati Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini makes extensive use of carbon fiber and even keeps the fiber weave visible. Customers will also get a custom saddle, billet aluminum footpegs, lightweight brake and clutch levers and Akrapovič’s signature titanium exhaust with a carbon fiber end cap. There is also a metal plate on the tank cover showing the motorcycle name and serial number. The TFT screen has also received a special start-up animation that shows the Ducati and Lamborghini logos along with the silhouette of the motorcycle. Production will be limited to 630 units and each will feature a Verde Citrea and Arancio Dac version. This special edition also features Brembo brake calipers in the same color and black Öhlins forks.
Exclusivity and games
Both companies also offer an exclusive series of 63 motorcycles known as the Ducati Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini Speciale Clienti. Available exclusively to Lamborghini owners, these models allow customers to work directly with Centro Stile Ducati to create the perfect motorcycle of their dreams. This means they can order the same color and rims as their Lamborghini so that the two cars match. Any version is selectedThe Ducati Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini is powered by an 1103cc Desmosedici Stradale engine that develops 211 horsepower.
First US deliveries are expected to begin in May, with prices starting at $68,000 for the Lamborghini Streetfighter V4 and $83,000 for the Speciale Clienti variant. In France, prices have not yet been announced. They are not cheap, but owners of these special bikes are certainly not looking for a ‘bargain’.