In 2017, Ducati unveiled the Panigale V4 to the public. A thinly-disguised MotoGP prototype for the street, the V4 packed a MotoGP-derived 1103cc V4 engine making 214 horsepower — the most in its class — and out-performing everything else in any category you wanted to measure. Taken as it was from Ducati's MotoGP program, the Panigale V4 also had a MotoGP-like riding position, which was the only thing to possibly critique about the bike. Now you can't even say that with the upcoming release of the Streetfighter V4. Using the same chassis and engine as the Panigale, the Streetfighter loses the coverings to show off the beautiful motor and gets a more upright riding position with higher handlebars. Nearly everything else is carried over, which means that not only will the Streetfighter V4 dust everything else on the road, you can be a lot more comfortable while doing it. The official debut will take place at the EIMCA show later in 2019.