2021 Ducati Streetfire V4 and V4 S launched in the Indian market and powered with a same powertrain.
- 2021 Ducati V4 and V4 S launched in India priced from Rs 19.99 to Rs 22.99 lakh ex-showroom, India
- Along with a same engine the bikes are different in features list
- Ducati V4 and V4 S powered with a 1,103-cc liquid cooled engine
Ducati today announced the launch of 2021 Streetfire Standard V4 and more premium version V4 S. That being said both the sports bike features the same powertrain although different equipment’s list as their name suggests. The Streetfire V4 and V4 S, the former priced at Rs 19.99 lakhs and the latter priced from Rs 22.99 lakh ex-showroom, Pan India. Ducati offers two color options – Ducati Red and stealth black, while the black color only available for V4 S. Although, Streetfire V4 buyers can opt for Stealth black as an optional, which costs Rs 20,000 more on the ex-showroom price.
The Bookings for Ducati Streetfire V4 and V4 S have already begun in India, deliveries are expected to place in few months. Although the engine is the same for both the bikes there is plenty of difference between these which includes – the standard Streetfire V4 comes equipped with Showa front forks and a Sachs monoshock rear suspension system. On another hand, the V4 S more premium version of the bike comes equipped with electronically adjustable Ohlins front forks and electronically adjustable Ohlins rear monoshock along with an Ohlins steering damper.
2021 Ducati Streetfire V4 and V4 S come powered with a 1,103 cc four-cylinder liquid-cooled motor, which develops a maximum power output of 208 PS at 12,750 Rpm and 123 Nm of peak torque at 11,500 Rpm. The powertrain comes paired with a 6-speed sequential gearbox system along with a quick shifter, assist clutch, and a slip as standard. The braking is handled by a 330 mm twin-disc brake at the front and a single disc of 245 mm at the rear wheel. The designs of the bike are sharp and smooth – LED headlamps, LED DRLs, muscular fuel tank, LED taillights, and sharp tail section, along with a fully digital instrument cluster.