Ducati has unveiled a trio of new motorcycles at this year's EICMA trade show with the debut of the Panigale V2, the Panigale V4, and the Streetfighter V4. The Panigale V2 gets a fresh new look and a more user-friendly riding experience. The bike will be powered by a Superquadro engine that produces 155 hp and 76 lb-ft of torque. It will also feature a single-sided swingarm, a compact under-engine silencer with a single-side tailpipe, and black wheels.
A new Panigale V4 has been further refined for 2020 with a more comfortable ride and features derived from the V4 R. This includes aerofoils, a plexiglass screen, nose fairing, large lateral fairings, and update side vents to channel air into the radiator. A stiffer front frame has also been added and power comes from the Moto GP-derived, 214 hp Desmosedici Stradale.
Last but not least, Ducati revealed the highly-anticipated Streetfighter V4, a new version of the super-naked bike with an 1103cc Demosedici Stradale that produces 208 hp and can be boosted to 220 hp when equipped with the Akrapovič Ducati Performance exhaust. The aerodynamics of the bike are optimized with biplane aerofoils that generate up to 61 lbs of downforce at over 160 mph and also helps to increase stability in the corners.