2023 Ducati Streetfighter V2 is scheduled to enter India in coming months.. It gets complete suit of electronics just like bigger sibling..
So, Italian premium motorcycle brand – Ducati – have updated their smaller ‘Streetfighter V2’ naked bike to MY23 model and have added a new colour on offer.
The new colour has been coined ‘Storm Green’ by Ducati and describes it as – It “Enhances the clean, sharp and essential lines of the Streetfighter V2, reinforcing the unique character of the bike and its innate ability to attract attention”.
2023 Ducati Streetfighter V2 Global Unveil
For the uninitiated, the Ducati Streetfighter V2 is the younger brother to the monster that is Ducati Streetfighter V4, which is the naked version of their track-bred Ducati Panigale V4 superbike. This humble V2 naked Ducati has been confirmed to launch in our country later in the year.
Instead of Ducati’s monstrous V4 configuration, fire-breathing engine putting out over 200 HP, the humble Streetfighter V2 is using Ducati’s V-twin engine putting out a modest 153 HP.
The new Storm Green colour will join the existing option of Ducati Red colour, which is the iconic paint scheme of all Ducati models, other than the XDiavel power-cruiser ofcourse.
2023 Ducati Streetfighter More Details & Features
- The 2023 version of Streetfighter V2 has been unveiled globally and will reach the dealerships from July 2022.
- The new paint – Storm Green – is covering the Headlight mask, fuel tank, engine cowling and the rear panels.
- For 2023, Streetfighter V2 has been fitted with a new saddle which the company claims has been designed wider with new padding to add improved comfort for the rider.
- The feature-list is extensive which includes – all-LED lighting, 4.3” TFT instrumentation, Complete electronic package, Electronic Rider aids etc.
- More features include – 6-axis IMU, Cornering ABS, Traction Control, Wheelie control, Bidirectional Quickshifter, 3-riding modes and so much more.
- Powering the Streetfighter V2 is Euro-5 compliant, 955 cc, V-twin, Superquadro, liquid-cooled engine that is putting out 153 HP and 101.4 Nm of torque.
- The Frame is monocoque in design, made of die-cast aluminium.
- The Suspension duties are undertaken by 43mm Showa BPF front forks and a Sachs rear shock absorber.
- The Braking is handled by twin-rotors at the front and a single disc at the rear, controlled by Brembo-sourced calipers.
As mentioned earlier, the 2023 Ducati Streetfighter V2 is scheduled to launch in the Indian market in the second half of this year (2022).