Ducati V4 wheelies at touch of a button

Ducati V4 wheelies at touch of a button

How would you like to wheelie a Ducati Panigale V4 S at the touch of a button?

Well, now you can! However, it’s not the real thing, but a self-balancing 1:6 scale toy from Spin Master Toys costing about $A270 when it is released in August.

The Ducati-licensed Upriser has a top speed of about 20km/h and can drift, pull wheelies and do burnouts at the touch of a button.

That compares with the real V4 S with 168kW and a top speed of about 300km/h.

The Upriser maintains balance by 12 small counter-rotational wheels in the rear wheel and controlled by dual optical sensors.

It is just over 35cm long and 26.5cm tall and includes working LED headlight and suspension.

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More V4 variants

There are more V4 models coming … real-sized models!

Ducati recently announced it would produce a Streetfighter V4 version of the V4.

A prototype Streetfighter V4 was last month entered in the Pikes Peak International Hillclimb in Colorado.

Sadly, four-time winner Carlin Dunne crashed on the final corner and died.

Carlin Dunne rides Ducati V4 Streetfighter prototype at Pikes peak Multistrada V4 record run
Carlin Dunne on the Streetfighter V4 prototype

There have also been rumours that a Multistrada V4 version is coming.

Recently Ducati announced it will also produce a limited edition of 500 Panigale V4 25° Anniversario 916 motorbikes to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the legendary 916.

Ducati Panigale V4 25th Anniversario 916
Ducati Panigale V4 25th Anniversario 916

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