NCR has announced that it is going to launch a new street legal motorcycle range, the NCR M4 and NCR M4 One Shot, initially, for the US market in spring 2012 and then for the European and other markets. Like other NCR models, the M4 is a collection of exotic materials and top-shelf components affixed around a Ducati power plant. NCR says it’s the company’s goal to set new standards in simple, lightweight motorcycle design.
Powering the NCR M4 is an air-cooled, 1100cc Ducati EVO engine that produces 107 hp at 7,500 rpm, and 84 ft-lbs of torque, and weighs just 130 kg. The NCR M4 One Shot comes with a NCR 1200, modified Ducati Monster EVO 1100 engine complete with billet stroker crank, high compressed 102mm pistons, with complete titanium hardware and NCR-EVR slipper clutch. The One Shot pumps out an incredible 132 hp at 8,700 rpm, torque of 105 ft-lbs of torque and weighs 126kg. The standard M4 lists for $49,900, while the One Shot is an additional 20K, retailing for $69,900. Have a look!