- Ducati and Supreme have collaborated to create an exclusive Streetfighter V4 S motorcycle with a unique livery designed by Drudi Performance.
- The Streetfighter V4 S retains its powerful 1,103cc engine and comes equipped with various rider aids.
- It’s set to be released soon, with a limited production number and a sky-high price tag.
From MV Agusta and Mercedes AMG to Gucci and Moto Guzzi, we have seen some striking collaborations in the motorcycle world. But the one we’re about to show you slots right near the top spots. It’s a collab between the popular bikemaker Ducati and America’s leading luxury brand Supreme. The two have joined hands to introduce an exclusive Streetfighter V4 S–arguably the world’s most ‘supreme’ one.
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The Streetfighter V4 S in question is part of Supreme’s 2024 Spring collection. The standout element here is the stunning and distinct livery. It comprises bespoke ‘Supreme’ decals from head to toe, designed by none other than Drudi Performance. In case you’re unaware, it’s a celebrated Italian graphic design that is responsible for all your favorite Valentino Rossi helmet designs in the past.
The sexy graphics are topped by a set of white wheels, complete with Supreme logos on the inside. Red Brembo calipers, sponsor stickers on the belly fairing, and Pirelli graphics on the front fender top off the bespoke touches. This aside, the luxury apparel brand has also unveiled a matching helmet. It’s an Arai Corsair X, with identical white-red graphics done by Drudi. Our favorite touch is the graphic on the back, which shows a caricature of a rider aboard the Supreme Streetfighter. Pretty cool if you ask us.
Key Highlights Of Ducati Streetfighter V4 S Supreme Edition
- Bespoke livery by Drudi Performance
- White wheels
- Red calipers
- Color-matched Arai Corsair X helmet available separately
There Are No Mechanical Changes To The Ducati Streetfighter V4 S
Under the fancy clothing, the Streetfighter V4 S is still very Italian. It employs Ducati’s much-popular Stradale, 1,103cc V4 engine sourced straight from the Panigale V4. The mill is good for 208 horsepower and 90.4 pound-feet, all sent to the wheel via a six-speed transmission. Since that’s a lot of power, you have an army of rider aids to watch your back. The list includes:
- Traction control
- Ride modes
- Wheelie control
- Cornering ABS
- Launch control
- Slide control
- Engine brake control
- Two-way quickshifter
Nestling the engine is an aluminum monocoque chassis. It suspends on Ohlins NIX 43 mm USD forks and TTX36 monoshock, both with electronic adjustability via the Smart EC2.0 tech. Aluminum alloy wheels, Brembo Stylema calipers, an Ohlins steering damper, and Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa IV tires round off the underpinnings.
The Ducati Streetfighter V4 S Supreme Edition Will On Sale Soon
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Although Supreme has revealed the motorcycle, it’s yet to go on sale. But a quick look at Supreme’s previous drops hints at a tentative date towards the end of February. Whenever it’s out, the bike certainly won’t be easy on the pocket with a limited production number. To give you an idea, the luxury brand’s previous two-wheeler collaboration from 2020 was a limited edition Honda CRF250R. Under 100 examples went on sale, one of which sold for over $20,000 on Iconic Motorbike Auctions. That’s twice as much as the CRF’s $8,299 MSRP.
Source – Supreme