The Panigale V4 has high, wide handlebars and is free of firing. It is the basic idea behind the new 2020 Ducati Streetfighter V4 S Sports Bike, a motorcycle that enhances the pleasure of riding every time it hits the road. Result? An unparalleled nude that shows pure performance and is equipped with the latest technology.
The 2020 Ducati Streetfighter V4 S Sports Bike’s minimalist LED headlamps to show off their essence. It suggests the front end of the Panigale V4 on the one hand and the Joker’s wild smile on the other (the role of the comic strip that inspired the Ducati Style Center to build this new Bologna). The V-shaped DRL is already on the Ducati trademark, Panigale V4, and SuperSport.
The Panigale V4, without firing, weighing 178 kg, with a high and wide handlebar, a 1100cc Desmosedici Stradale engine that delivers 208 hp and is controlled by biplane wings, is the “Fight Formula” that the Street Fighter Gives birth to V4. The result is a state-of-the-art, technologically advanced naked bike with an emotional, aggressive look that can’t hide its superb performance.
The simple full LED headlamp surprisingly reflects the essence of the Streetfighter V4, while the front end of the Panigale V4 and the Joker smile (the comic strip character that impressed the new nude designer). ۔ The V-shaped DRL, already available on the Panigale V4 and SuperSport, is another example of an authentic Ducati design.
2020 Ducati Streetfighter V4 S Sports Bike – Features and Specs
Design with Emotion
The 2020 Ducati Streetfighter V4 S Sports Bike has high, wide handlebars and is free of firing. It is the basic idea behind the new Streetfighter V4, a motorcycle that enhances the pleasure of riding every time it hits the road.
Result? An unparalleled nude that shows pure performance and is equipped with the latest technology.
The Streetfighter V4’s minimalist LED headlamps to show off their essence. It suggests the front end of the Panigale V4 on the one hand and the Joker’s wild smile on the other (the role of the comic strip that inspired the Ducati Style Center to build this new Bologna). The V-shaped DRL is already on the Ducati trademark, Panigale V4, and SuperSport.
A rear deflector, on the other hand, prevents the flow from contacting the tank directly. Smaller headlamps have been integrated into the hard-earned dual layer firing, including airboxes and LED cooling intakes. Above the headlamp is a five ′ TFT panel (equivalent to the Panigale V4) and a stylish front cover that hides cables and cabling.
The Streetfighter V4 appears as a hunter, prepared for the blink of an eye thanks to its lower, front end of the lungs, which emerges from the tank.
The riding posture of the Panigale V4 has been modified to suit the requirements of a nude model, which is 845 mm above the ground. In keeping with the streetfighter culture, the semi-handle bar has been replaced with a taller, more expansive bar, with a 60mm thick foam seat and a moderate foot peg position. Guarantees sports style comfort during. Need to navigate national roads or race tracks.
A steel sub-frame supports the tail. It has been redesigned to improve passenger comfort and provide ample room for the rider while retaining many distinctive elements of the Panigale.
Biplane wings for the Ducati course
High-speed, agile mixed road performance requires maximum stability during high-speed and braking, reduction of wheel-up during acceleration, and minimal electronic control of suspension setup. For these reasons, Ducati Corse experts and the Ducati Style Center have developed biplane wings for Streetfighter V4.
CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) simulation was used to design aerodynamics. To improve the downforce, especially on the front tire, stationary modeling of flow and pressure was used in the calculated approach.
The aerodynamics team chose to use a “biplane” layout with a limited “spread of wings” and to run the upper and lower wings separately so that the background spread as much as possible. Minimize. A square plan mono wing with a winglet on the outer end can be used for each appendage feature. To maximize the anti-wheel-up effect, the branches have been placed as close to the front wheel as possible (close to the side panels of the radiator).
An 1103 cm3 Desmosedici Stradale engine powers the new Streetfighter V4. The full range of the new Streetfighter V4 is suitable for a 90 ° V4 output of 208 horsepower (153 kW) at 12,750 revolutions per minute. Compared to the Panigale V4, the maximum torque at 11,500 rpm is 123 Nm (12.5 kgm). Riders can safely enhance the performance of Streetfighter V4 on the road with the dedication of the engine. The final ratio, which is lower than the Panigale V4’s, produces wheel torque which is 10% higher, which ensures a quick response to throttle instructions.
MotoGP Engine Developed
The cylinder heads, the heart of the V4 MotoGP engine, served as the impetus for the Desmosedici Stradale. Desmosedici Stradale Desmosedici GP provides exceptional fluid dynamics and is uniform in size and shape. The engine is a 90 ° V4 with a 42 ° rotation at the rear. With this approach, the engine can be much smaller, allowing large-scale integration of central and smooth vehicles.
The crankshaft counter is rotating, as with Ducati racing prototypes. It will make the bike faster and more agile while changing the direction by reducing the gyroscopic effect of the wheels. In addition, it reduces the rear wheel lift when applying the brakes and the impact of wheel-ups when accelerating. The 70% offset of the crankpin results in a series of “twin-pulse” shots, which not only produce a distinctive sound but also provide manageable power and tremendous traction out of the corner.
Chassis’s front frame
Due to Ducati’s significant MotoGP expertise, the Streetfighter V4 has a front frame that uses the Desmosedici Stradale engine as the load-bearing component.
The engine is used as a stress chassis member, distinguishing the basic configuration from the traditional frames. The V4 crankcase also serves as a connection point for the rear suspension and a pivot mount for the single-sided swing arm. The compact front frame, which weighs only 4 kg, is attached directly to the upper crankcase of the front cylinder bank and the cylinder head of the rear bank.
For complete adjustment of spring preload, compression, and rebound damping, the Streetfighter V4 is equipped with 43 mm Showa Big Piston Forks (BPF). Chrome sliders with fork bodies mounted on the Brembo radial caliper mounting. The front end is complete with a Sachs steering damper. The Desmosedici Stradale engine is attached to one side of the Sachs Shock Observer in the rear by a forged aluminum bracket.
In contrast, the Streetfighter V4 S has an Ohlins NIX-30 fork, an Ohlins TTX36 rear shock observer, and an Ohlins event-based steering damper. The second generation Hlins Smart EC 2.0 system, which includes the new OBTi, controls the suspension and steering damper on this variant (Objective Based Tuning Interface).
Tires and Wheels
The V4 S is equipped with 3-spoke Marchesini forged aluminum alloy wheels, while the Streetfighter V4 is fitted with 5-spoke cast aluminum wheels.
The tires of the Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa II are mounted on the codes. They are available in 120/70 ZR17 (front) and 200/60 ZR 17 (rear) sizes, which are currently widely used for string tires at the FIM Superbike World Championships. They combine track performance with road adaptation.
Pirelli built the rear tire compound specifically for the Streetfighter V4. It guarantees dynamic behavior like the Panigale V4’s Supercorsa SP racing replica tires, but it performs better at lower temperatures to provide the expected flexibility from the bare.
Brembo Stylema Braking System
Strong Brembo Stylema monoblock calipers, made from the current high-performance M50 calipers, are featured in the Streetfighter V4 line of motorcycles.
2020 Ducati Streetfighter V4 S Sports Bike – Technical Specifications
|Desmosedici Stradale 90° V4, rearward-rotating crankshaft, 4
Desmodromically actuated valves per cylinder, liquid-cooled
|Bore X stroke
|81 x 53.5 mm
|153 kW (208 hp) at 12,750rpm
|123 Nm (90.4 lb-ft) at 11,500rpm
|Electronic fuel injection system. Twin injectors per cylinder. Full ride-by-wire elliptical throttle bodies.
|4-2-1-2 system, featuring two catalytic converters and two lambda probes
|Six speed featuring Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up/down EVO 2
|Straight cut gears; Ratio 1.80:1
|Chain; Front sprocket 15 & Rear sprocket 42
|Hydraulically controlled slipper & self-servo wet multiplate clutch
|Aluminum alloy “Front Frame.”
Öhlins NIX30 43 mm fully adjustable fork including TiN treatment.
|Electronic compression & rebound damping adjustment with Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 event-based mode
|3-spokes forged aluminum alloy 3.5 inches x 17 inches
|Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa II 120/70 ZR17
|Fully adjustable Ohlins TTX36 unit. Electronic compression and
rebound damping adjustment featuring Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 event-based mode. Aluminum single-sided swingarm
|3-spokes forged aluminum alloy 6 inches x 17 inches
|Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa II 200/60 ZR17
|Wheel travel (front/rear)
|120mm (4.7 inches) – 130mm (5.1 inches)
|2 x 330mm semi-floating discs featuring radially attached Brembo Monobloc Stylema (M4.30) 4-piston calipers with Cornering ABS EVO
|245mm disc, 2-piston caliper with Cornering ABS EVO
|Last generation digital unit with 5 inches TFT color display
Dimensions and weights
|178 kg (392 lb)
|199 kg (439 lb)
|845 mm (33.3 in)
|1.488 mm (58.6 in)
|100 mm (4 in)
|Fuel tank capacity
|16 l – 4.23 gallon (US)
|Number of seats
|Riding Modes, Cornering ABS EVO, Power Modes, Ducati Traction
|Control (DTC) EVO 2, Ducati Slide Control (DSC), Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC) EVO, Engine Brake Control (EBC) EVO, Auto tire calibration
Ducati Power Launch (DPL), Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up/down EVO 2, Full LED lighting with Daytime Running Light (DRL), Ducati Electronic Suspension (DES) EVO including Ohlins suspension and steering damper, Auto-off indicators, Quick adjustment buttons, Passenger seat and footpegs, Ducati Multimedia System (DMS). Marchesini aluminum forged wheels
|24 months unlimited mileage
|12,000km per 12-month
|Valve clearance adjustment (km)
|24,000 km (15,000 mi)
Consumption and Emissions