Bologna's efforts have evolved since the earliest Superlight. The 1992 version was an air-cooled 900SS with lighter two- piece Marvic/Akront rims, solo seat and carbon-fiber costume jewelry. Ducati basically slapped yellow bodywork and some marginally lighter parts on a 900SS and called it Superlight. The result was vaguely interesting. Those bikes still sell for twice the cost of a baseline 900SS. But they're not twice as good, especially considering their tendency to crack frames, wheel spokes, swingarms and engine studs. The 1199 Superleggera of 2014 was another matter entirely, trimming pounds from the stock 1199 Panigale and adding power and intricacy. The 1299 Superleggera is a whole other pile of pasta.