2020 Ducati Superleggera V4 with 1 Mile


Reserve Bike With Non-Refundable Deposit



Please note: This Superleggera V4 has not been started or ridden. It has been kept as a display piece.

Additional photos are available here for your perusal.

Back in 2018, Ducati finally broke from its long line of twins with the Panigale V4. Centered around a 1,103cc V4, even the base model was good for some 211hp and 91lb-ft of torque.

In 2020, the Bologna-based firm brought the Superleggera name (Italian for “super light”) to the V4 family. As befitting of its designation, the bike shaved 100lbs off of the Panigale V4 — no small feat considering that it was already a featherweight at 436lbs dry. To accomplish such a task, Ducati crafted the frame, the subframe, the swingarm, as well as the wheels from carbon fiber, a move that in itself saved nearly 15lbs. Of course, the Superleggera incorporated plenty of other top-shelf materials, including titanium, magnesium, and aluminum.

For the power plant, Ducati opted for the same 998ccc Desmosedici Stradale R as found in the V4 R. Despite offering less displacement than the V4 and V4S, the smaller, lighter engine made 224hp in its factory configuration. When set up with the race kit and exhaust, output was boosted to 234hp. In practice, this means that it boasted 0.7 horsepower-per-pound — a 40% higher power-to-weight ratio than its V4 counterparts.

Elsewhere, the Superleggera came fitted with only the most premium components available, including machined forks, a titanium-springed Öhlins TTX shock, and Brembo Stylema R calipers. Expectedly, all of this came at quite a hefty sum ($100,000) and was as exclusive as they come — just 500 examples were produced in total.

This example is VIN: ZDMDAGUW4LB000148. The seller purchased the bike new in 2020, and it has since been on display.

It is #148/500, and per the seller, the odometer shows one mile.

The seller states that “the owner has the original crate, race kit and exhaust and everything it came with when new.” These are all included in the sale.

As the bike has been on display, the seller has not had any cause to perform maintenance.

This Panigale V4 Superleggera is completely stock.

Inside of the tank:

It is riding on Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa tires with date codes of 2520 and 2520.

Cosmetic Blemishes:
Per the seller, there are no cosmetic blemishes of note.

Currently located in Greenwood Village, Colorado, this Ducati is offered on a clean Colorado title. Have any V4 Superleggera stories or questions about this listing? Let us know in the “Comments” tab!

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