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March 28, 2017

Ducati Superbike 848

Let’s face it: Fuel efficiency is inversely proportional to how cool a car looks.

That’s why the truly stylish and eco-conscious ditch a couple wheels and spring for a motorcycle instead, like Ducati’s sweet new Superbike 848.

The 848 is built on the same platform as Ducati’s mind-blowing 1098, but with a less racetrack-worthy motor, which would only improve the odds of killing yourself on your daily commute, anyway.

Not that the 848 is any less insane of a ride: with 134 horsepower, the 369 pound bike will smoke almost any car out there and sports a better power-to-weight ratio than Ducati’s legendary (and now retired) 999.

It’s also got some sweet Italian styling cues, including a single-sided rear swing-arm to show off its gorgeous wheel, high-mount exhaust, and tastefully executed projection headlamps.

Alas, the 848 also carries that requisite premium anything Italian and exotic does: a $13, 495 price tag.

Average Rating: 4.8 out of 5 based on 242 user reviews.

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