A manufacturer like Ducati is all about their tradition. An everlasting tradition of crafting exclusive specialty motorcycles with the "S" and "R" moniker. Over the years, the term Superleggera, Italian for "super light", was only given to the cream of the crop. With 2020 coming to an end, Ducati released their latest model for the "super light" series, the brand-new Ducati Panigale V4 Superleggera Based on the V4R, which is already a mesmerizing and aggressive bike, Ducati had a wilder idea. Carbon fibre is an essential item on the Superleggera as Ducati tried to include it wherever possible. Structural components such as the subframe, fork frame, swing arm, rims and even the bodywork is cladded with the composite. It's fair to say that Ducati did a fantastic job trying to reduce the weight of the Superleggera, suiting the name.
As for the suspension, the motorcycle is equipped with 43mm Öhlins NPX 25/30 pressurized fork, fully adjustable for the front fork and Öhlins TTX 36 shock with titanium spring, fully adjustable for the rear. Braking? That is not a problem for this mad red Italian machine as Ducati uses Brembo's Monoblock Stylema R 4-piston callipers, 330mm discs with cornering ABS EVO for the front brakes and the rear 2-piston calliper, 245mm disc for maximum braking at high speed.