The model is powered by a V4 engine
that generates around 190bhp.
Ducati Panigale V4 Engine
: 1,103cc liquidcooled V4 Power: 211bhp @ 13,000rpm Torque: 91.5lb ft @ 10,000rpm Colours: red, red/white, red/silver, red/white/ green
The Panigale V4 is a very impressive bike, its 1103cc liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Desmodronic, DOHC 16-valve V4 engine
is the first of its kind produced by Ducati and is rated at 214 horsepower at a dizzying 13,000 rpm.
However, as the decade wore on, Saab realised the dependable two-stroke could not be developed any further and so, in 1968, it was dropped in favour of a conventional V4 engine
from the German Ford Taunus, which gave the car much better performance.
and there being an asthmatic V4 engine
under the bonnet.
Taking on the likes of the BMW S1000RR and the barrage of other litre class motorcycles, the RSV4 stands out for its use of a V4 engine
and its sporting heritage.
It will be powered by the 1,200cc V4 engine
of the VFR1200, with all the styling of a big adventure bike.
Powered by a two-litre V4 engine
generating about 200 horsepower, the concept as explained by Martin is simple: "If you shoot enough air down fast enough, then you'll go up." Fine-tuning details to turn the idea into a safe, workable flying machine has taken decades.
The Model Y, another pristine specimen, was the first pounds 100 car; the Ford Corsair the first to use a V4 engine
aimed at taking up less space than an in-line unit and the 'jelly mould' Sierra the car that set a new design direction.
Taking the rough with the smooth, the Crossrunner's rugged suspension set-up and hi-tech V4 engine
makes it ideal in difficult terrain and great on the highway.
Bounce over rugged terrain on the four-wheel suspension dune buggy and watch the pistons of the V4 engine
move in and out.