Ducati Street fighter V4 Updated Range Launches in India: Powerful Engine Comparable to Maruti Swift, Starting at ₹24.62 Lakhs

Ducati India has launched the updated version of its streetfighter V4, featuring a 1,103cc engine, equivalent to that of Swift and Dzire cars. While entry-level cars like Maruti Swift and Hyundai start from 6 to 8 lakh rupees, Ducati’s price starts from 24.62 lakh rupees. Ducati has announced its 2024 Streetfighter V4 lineup with two variants – V4 and V4 S on its official Indian website. Both bikes are available in Ducati Red paint color, while the V4 S edition also offers an option of Grey Nero color. Furthermore, the company is providing a series of accessories for both models to enhance the customer experience. The Streetfighter V4 will compete with bikes like the KTM 1290 Super Duke R, Kawasaki ZH2, Aprilia Tuono V4, and BMW S 1000 R.

Here are the prices for the Ducati Street fighter V4 variants:

  • Streetfighter V4: ₹24.62 lakh
  • Streetfighter V4 S: ₹28.00 lakh

The updated Ducati Streetfighter V4 lineup introduces a new “Wet Riding Mode,” which limits power to 165hp. Compared to other modes, it delivers significantly reduced power delivery. It also includes a revised throttle mapping and redesigned fuel tank that increases capacity to 17 liters, up from 16 liters.

The Liquid-Cooled Desmosedici V4 engine has been introduced to both motorcycles for performance. This engine generates 205hp of power at 13,000rpm and 123Nm of peak torque at 9,500rpm. It is tuned with a 6-speed manual gearbox and coupled with Ducati Quick Shift clutch for both up and down gearshifts. This bi-directional quick shifter enhances the motorcycle’s performance. For safety, both bikes come with Ducati Power Launch, Ducati Electronic Suspension, and auto-cancel turn indicators as standard features.

When talking about the design of Ducati’s naked streetfighter bike, it features LED headlights along with LED DRLs, which enhance the front appearance. Additionally, it includes carbon fiber winglets, a rider-only saddle, an underbelly exhaust, and an attractive LED taillamp. Due to the aerodynamic winglet design, the bike is not significantly affected by strong winds and maintains stability at high speeds. For quick response and control, the bike comes with a fully digital instrument cluster to display speed and other metrics. Moreover, it offers ergonomic seating, equipped with advanced braking capabilities. Both the front and rear feature twin 330mm disc brakes and single 245mm rotor brakes, providing effective braking control. This enables the bike to halt quickly even at speeds of up to 120KMPH, within a matter of seconds.

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