You can bet that pricing alone will create great divide to the point those in current V4's should be quite content with them. Much like every other segment that's structured like this.
It wont be much more than the Speciale, or right around the same. WSBK has rules about the homologation versions not costing more than like $40,000 or something (might be in pounds, not USD).
Also, anyone who thinks the "R" will be a sorted out version of the V4 is a fool.
They're getting more HP with 100 less CC, everything is going to be "race" spec and break every 2000 miles (or at least need some service every 500-1000 to keep it in spec and not break).
It's going to be built for the track and not the street.
Last edited by tyr; 06-11-2018 at 07:02 AM.