Top 5 superbikes or supersport bikes in India in terms of sheer power

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4 December 2023

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Long story short: Here, we are considering the top 5 superbikes or top 5 Supersport bikes available in India based purely on the engine’s power delivery figures.

Everyone thinks there is no room for superbikes in India, which is a substantial analytical mistake. Usually, superbikes are made in limited numbers and sold out within weeks. It is very tough to get even one if you have enough cash. Hence, most people think that superbike sales are very low or irrelevant in India. One more thing to note is that superbikes are launched yearly, usually with colour and feature updates. India has a huge fan base and superbikes enthusiasts, and it is undoubtedly a status symbol for many in society. There are 20-25 supersport bikes in India in a price range of Rs 25-90 lakhs.

Superbikes are categorised based on price, features, power and torque figures. Here, we are only considering the power aspects of the engine, and whichever superbike spits more power will be ranked number one. One more thing is that the 2022 models are considered here.

The list of top 5 supersport or superbikes in India with the highest engine power

Top 5 superbikes or Top 5 Supersport bikes in India in terms of power
Top 5 superbikes or Top 5 Supersport bikes in India in terms of power

1. Ducati Panigale V4 R

Introducing the Ducati Panigale V4 R, a true masterpiece of engineering and performance. At its heart lies the mighty Desmosedici Stradale 90° V4 engine, boasting a displacement of 998 cc. With 4 valves per cylinder and a liquid-cooled system, the Panigale V4 R stands as a testament to Ducati’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of innovation in the world of motorcycles. Get ready to experience the epitome of speed and exhilaration, as the Panigale V4 R dominates both the road and the track with its unmatched performance and distinctive style.

Displacement- 998cc
Power- 218HP @ 15,500rpm
Torque- 111.3Nm @ 12,000rpm

For more details, please visit this link below
https://www.bikeleague.in/ducati-bikes/ducati-panigale-v4-r/

2. Honda CBR 1000RR-R (Fireblade)

The number one on the list and the winner. Introduced in 1992, Honda’s iconic CBR 1000RR-R took the world by storm, evolving into an incredible beast. Honda CBR 1000RR-R focuses purely on ride satisfaction for racetracks and off-it. Here, the priority is for the rider, and superbikes are meant for an extreme adrenaline rush. Honda has been renowned for its racetrack machines, and here, too, they do not disappoint the rider either.

Displacement- 1000cc
Power- 217.5HP @ 14,500rpm
Torque- 113Nm @ 12,500rpm

For more details, please visit this link below
https://www.bikeleague.in/honda-bikes-models/honda-cbr-1000rr/

3. Aprilia RS V4

The Aprilia RSV4 has undergone rigorous comparative testing on tracks worldwide to prove its mettle time. This motorcycle continues to evolve with new features, including integrated aerodynamic winglets, a new electronics package, 217 horsepower, improved torque and the hallmark Aprilia chassis. Overall, Aprilia brought the RSV4 for riders looking for a bike that delivers unbeatable performance.

Displacement- 1099cc
Power- 217HP @ 13,000rpm
Torque- 125Nm @ 10,500rpm

For more details, please visit the link below.
https://www.aprilia.com/us_EN/models/rsv4/rsv4-1100-4s4v-2023/

4. Ducati Panigale V4 S

The Ducati Panigale V4 S is a sports bike that represents the last step in the characteristic path of the Borgo Panigale sports bike. So, it takes life from Ducati Corse’s long-time experience for the continuous knowledge and technology sharing directly from the world of racing to the production of bikes. The Ducati Panigale V4 S completes the most significant evolution since its evolution with the revised version. The novelties include aerodynamics, engine, electronic controls, chassis, ergonomics and TFT equipment.

Displacement- 1099cc
Power- 215.5HP @ 13,000rpm
Torque- 123.6Nm @ 9,500RPM

For more details, please visit the link below.
https://www.bikeleague.in/ducati-bikes/ducati-panigale-v4-s/

5. Ducati Panigale V4

The Ducati Panigale V4 is a sports bike that has arrived on the market with brand-new improvements. So, the upgrades involve all the areas: aerodynamics, ergonomics, engine, chassis and electronics, and the result is an even faster bike on the racetrack. The Ducati Panigale has all the accessories from the Ducati performance catalogue. In short, it offers excellent and rewarding excitement to pro-riders and amateurs alike. Overall, with all the new updates, the Ducati Panigale V4 is even faster, more intuitive and less fatiguing for riders of all levels and with a more aggressive look.

Displacement- 1099cc
Power- 215.5HP @ 13,000rpm
Torque- 123.6Nm @ 9,500rpm

For more details, please visit the link below.
https://www.bikeleague.in/ducati-bikes/ducati-panigale-v4/

FAQ about Top 5 Superbikes or Top 5 supersport bikes

Why Kawasaki Ninja H2R not included in top 5 superbikes or top 5 supersport bikes in India in terms of sheer power list?

The Kawasaki Ninja H2R is not included in this list because it is not available in Euro-5 compliant form and is not being sold in India, the UK, or Europe. However, it’s important to mention the track-only Ninja H2R when discussing the most powerful production bikes in the world. This bike is equipped with a 998cc, supercharged, inline-four engine that produces an astonishing 310hp.

What is a superbike, and which motorcycles come under the same?

In simple terms, motorcycles with an engine capacity or displacement between 750-1250cc can be categorised under a superbike.

Is there any other name for superbikes?

Yes, supersport bikes is another name for superbikes.

What is the difference between a sportbike and a superbike?

Sport bikes have engine capacities ranging from the 250cc mark up to 1000cc, optimised for speed, acceleration, braking, and cornering on paved roads. At the same time, sportbikes fall under the 750-1250cc displacement category, focusing mainly on racetracks.

Can we use sportbikes on regular roads?

Yes, you can use them on highways, racetracks or even cities. Still, one thing to remember is that superbikes are unsuitable for riding in cities, and engine heat is a big issue while moving in heavy traffic.

Conclusion

So above is the list of top 5 superbikes or supersport bikes that spits the most power and are also available in India. Here, we are just shortlisting the names of the winners.

  1. Ducati Panigale V4 R
  2. Honda CBR 1000RR-R
  3. Aprilia RS V4
  4. Ducati Panigale V4 S
  5. Ducati Panigale V4

If you have any other doubts or queries, email us at bikeleague2017@gmail.com. We are always eager to help and assist you. Also, here are several social media platforms of Bikeleague India to raise your suspicions.

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