It’s a 2018 Domane SL8 disc, which came with a Dura-Ace group set and Bontrager Aeolus 3 wheels fitted standard.
IMHO seems unnecessary to put Dura-Ace on an SL frame [105 or Ultegra would suffice ] and not to mention fancy carbon fibre aero wheels, but heck i got it for a very good price - which is odd with it being at the time a current model which i actually took delivery of in Dec 2017, just about every other bike i’ve ever bought new was a last years model or year before that and well below the list price too.
The transmission parts: chainset, front & rear mech, chain & cassette, were swopped over with the Ultegra on my 2017 Trek Silque SLR; and which remains my summer lightweight weapon of choice.
We couldn’t swop the brake parts over cos the Silque is rim brake.
I do like the Aeolus 3 wheels, after 4k miles they remain reliable albeit a front sealed roller bearing failure which was changed under warranty, but TBH the aero advantage must be fairly slight with my ‘averaging’ around at 16 - 18 mph in summer, and 15 mph in winter, and the winter months fitting of mudguards must surely diminish any aero dynamic advantage completely. However, a new pair of wheels are on the way [ custom built for my needs ] i’m due to pick them up next Thursday.
Other trick parts include front and rear IsoSpeed [non-adjustable] which removes some bumpy road shock, a Garmin with all telemetry except power, daylight running lights, and the swop to cycle-cross chainset gearing 46/36 which i find far more agreeable than the so called ‘compact’ 50/34.
Although i may swop that 36 ring for the 34 inner ring over soon : )