What Can You Get In Place Of The Rs 72 Lakh Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini?

  • Jan 6, 2023
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Bikes, shares, food & more – we’ve a LOT of other options for you

Rs 72 lakh is a lot of money. It could buy you a lavish house somewhere, could be your lifetime savings or could even go for that world trip you always wanted to. But now Ducati wants you to pay that much for a bike. The Ducati Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini, a two-wheeled machine that’s usable to only two people (barely) at once. 

 
 
 
 
 
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So, if not this streetfighter, what other things can you buy for this amount of money? We asked the boys at ZigWheels and they had quite some interesting answers:

Nishaad- 18,701 McSaver Veg Maharaja Mac Meals

Hear me out. I am a food enthusiast. Rs 72 lakh means I can have 18,701 of these McDonald's meals. That’s more than 25 years of meals sorted! Now I just need to save enough to get a Hero XPulse 200 4V. Love that rugged little ADV!

Praveen- Volvo XC40 Recharge + a full-fledged gaming rig

I’ve always fancied high-end electric cars that are built like a tank, so I’d break the piggy bank for a Rs 56.90 lakh Volvo XC40 Recharge. Then I’d have more than enough left for a 4K gaming PC along with a 4K display, racing sim setup and a Scorpion gaming chair (for a total of around Rs 8.5 lakh). For the remaining amount, I’d buy the capable, gorgeous Honda CB500X! With the last Rs 80-odd grand, I’d get myself a decent set of riding gear. 

Jehan - Enough Shares Of Royal Enfield + KTM 450 Rally + Triumph Thruxton RS

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I believe that Royal Enfield is one company that is currently making only pure gold motorcycles. And it is bound to grow leaps and bounds. I want a piece of that action. With that, the KTM 450 Rally so that I fulfill my masochistic pleasures of competing in the Dakar rally.

And since pigs are flying in this universe, then why not also have the most beautiful bike in the world, at least in my eyes, the Thruxton RS. Ah, Utopia.

Ishan - One elephant + One Yamaha YZF-R1 and a self-appraisal of Rs 15 lakh per annum 

Since I am from Kerala, I’d like to buy myself an elephant and name it ‘Appu’. One should cost around Rs 50 lakh (ex-showroom) and they make for great cruisers. Given their fantastic memory, it’s got the ability to remember my riding preferences and settings. It is a bit top heavy, but you can carry all your groceries on the tusks, super convenient. With the remaining money I will buy a used Yamaha YZF-R1 and give myself a mindblowing annual appraisal of Rs 15 lakh to live that ballin’ life.

Bernard - One Apartment in Pune, One Holiday Home In Goa and a Triumph Street Triple RS

With property prices and rentals hitting the roof, pun intended, rather than buying the Ducati Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini, I'd choose to buy a quaint little apartment in Pune. Along with this, I’ll also buy a small holiday home in Goa, something that can serve as a bed and breakfast on days I'm not on vacation, but still nice enough for me to rejuvenate in serenity. This allows me to convert my current rental amount into an EMI for a Triumph Street Triple RS to have a blast during my Pune-Goa rides. A win-win right?

Priyadarshan - A Honda CB500X, Aprilia Tuono V4 and Fighter Jets!

First, without a doubt, I’d get myself a Honda CB500X - that will be my daily commuter, and even occasional tourer. For fun rides, the Aprilia Tuono V4 tickles my fancy to no extent.

But that’s just Rs 26.5 lakh done. With the remaining Rs 45.5 lakh, I’d rather buy experiences than things. So my first priority would be to go to Moscow and get a flight in a genuine MiG-29UB fighter jet (in this hypothetical scenario, Russia isn’t at war with Ukraine). Visa, travel, stay and the flight itself would be about Rs 17 lakh. Then it's over to the United States, where another 5 lakh rupees (all included) would get me a day in Air Combat USA, where I can fly mock dogfights in a Marchetti SF - 260. Then about Rs 10 lakh on a top of the line gaming rig (think Core i9-13900K and RTX 4090) with my dream home flight sim setup with cockpit displays, sticks and throttles from WinWing and VKB. Hopefully, with the remaining 13-odd lakh rupees, I could take a year off work to just ride my bikes around and also sharpen my virtual flying skills.

Sudipto - Triumph Daytona 675, Honda Africa Twin, top-shelf gear… and a retirement plan

Yes I like motorcycles, but not enough to blow a literal king’s ransom on a crotch rocket. So being a financially prudent citizen, I’d start off scoring a used Triumph Daytona (not the R, I’m perfectly happy without the Ohlins) as my track missile. 

Then, 20-ish lakh rupees will get me a Honda Africa Twin, which will be my steed for literally every other riding scenario (on-road, off-road, no road… everything!). Next, I’d spend liberally – say a couple of lakhs, at least – on the best riding gear money can buy, colour-coded with each bike. That would still leave me with Rs 30 lakh or so, which I’d invest in a bank, and which will guarantee a monthly payout for the foreseeable future.

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