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Ducati Panigale V2: Image Gallery

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  • Nov 3, 2019
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Here’s a closer look at Ducati's new baby Panigale in detailed images

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The baby Panigale is one of the three new bikes that were showcased at the Ducati World Premiere. As you’d expect, it gets a new design, new features, more power and truckloads of electronic rider aids. We’ve compiled a number of images that will help you understand the Ducati Panigale V2 a bit better.

To begin with, it’s designed to look like a toned-down version of the maniacal Panigale V4. It carries over the aggressive split headlight and LED tail light from its elder sibling but gets a different fuel tank, fairing and a stubby exhaust end can. Essentially, a Panigale 959 with new clothes. 

The baby Panigale also features a new 4.3-inch TFT display displaying a host of information.

The bike gets a slew of electronic rider aids like a new 6-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), cornering ABS, Ducati Traction Control (DTC), wheelie control, bi-directional quick-shifter and engine brake control. All of which can be controlled via the 4.3-inch TFT display.

The V2 gets revised ergonomics for improved rider comfort. The front seat is all-new and offers better longitudinal movement thanks to the new foam that raises it by 5mm. It’s also the only bike in the Panigale range to get a pillion seat as standard. 

Powering the mid-displacement supersport is the same 955cc, twin-cylinder Superquadro engine as seen on the 959. However, it’s been tweaked to comply with Euro 5/BS6 emission norms and belts out 155PS of power at 10,750rpm and 104Nm of peak torque at 9,000rpm. That’s 5PS and 2Nm more than the Panigale 959. 

The twin side-mounted exhaust on the 959 has been replaced with an extremely compact under-engine silencer with a single tailpipe. 

Ducati says it has also tinkered with the chassis to make it more agile.

The Panigale V2 features a single-sided aluminium swingarm compared to the previous-gen model which employed a double-sided unit.

Suspension setup remains the same as the current-gen Panigale 959 -- a 43mm Showa Big Piston Fork (BPF) and Sachs monoshock, both fully adjustable.

Dropping the anchor are twin 320mm discs mated to radially mounted Brembo Monobloc M4.32 calipers and a single 245mm disc brake at the rear. 

Its 17-inch alloys come wrapped in Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa II radial tyres measuring in at 120/70 up front and 180/60 at the rear.

While there’s no word from the brand itself, we could expect the Ducati Panigale V2 to make it to India by mid-2020. It’s expected to come equipped with a BS6-compliant engine bearing a price tag of around Rs 16.5 lakh to Rs 17.0 lakh (ex-showroom). 

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