Video: Listen to the new Ducati V4
We’ve snapped plenty of pictures of the upcoming Ducati V4 superbike, but up until now we had no idea what it sounded like, but Belgian publication Maxx Moto recently uploaded a very grainy video to their Youtube page which they claim shows the V4 in action on track.
Ducati aren’t known for making rubbish sounding bikes, so it comes as no surprise that the bike in the video sounds absolutely epic.
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We reckon the road-going V4 superbike will produce between 205-210bhp, and there’ll be two versions. One built purely for road riding with a larger engine capacity and a homologation special model for racing in series such as World and British Superbikes. There’s no official word on when the new model is set to be released, but Ducati usually unveil their new models at the Milan Show, which this year runs from November 7-12.
Put your headphones on and turn it up*, it sounds amazing.
Not too loud, mind.