So, you’ve completed every single one of our top nine Lego cars to build right now, and your lockdown to-do list is worryingly full of gardening and banana bread.
As with all Lego Technic stuff, it’s properly detailed. There’s a faithful recreation of that WSBK-born 998cc V4 engine (which in real life makes a ridiculous 234hp at 15,500rpm), and even a working two-speed gearbox.
Then there’s moving suspension and steering as well as front and rear disc brakes, a kickstand, a windscreen, and a full dashboard. It may only have two wheels, but it’s properly cool, isn’t it?
The model itself is made up of 646 bricks and is 32cm long, 16cm tall, and 8cm wide. The only issue? It won’t actually go on sale until June 1, when you’ll be able to pick one up from the Ducati Online Shop for €59.99 (P3,324).
For now, enjoy that banana bread.
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.