The Panigale Ducati V2 is now on the market in India at a price of RS 16,99 lakh. The new Ducati Supersport is well known as the Panigale Baby, which is based on the Panigale V4 concept indicator.
The first BS6-conforming motorcycle to be introduced by Ducati India, the Ducati Panigale V2 succeeds in the 959 in India and around the world. The price of the Ducati 959 Panigale while on sale amounted to − 14.74 lakh.
The Ducati Panigale V2 has a super Quadro 955 cc-L-Twin engine with a maximum torque of 104 NM at 9000 rpm. 155 bhp at 10,750 rpm is made. The combined power and torque increase by 5 bhp and 2 Nm compared to the Panigale 959. Ducati said that over 70% of the couple are accessible at 5,500 rpm, making it easier for fast corner exits.
The Panigale V2, with revised Ducati EVO 2, a corning AB, standard ABS, and of course wheelie control, has now been upgraded with a semi-axle inertial measurement unit ( IMU). In addition, motor brake control along with a two-way quick-shifter is also available. The motorcycle is fitted with three modes: sport, street and racing. The new 4.3 inch TFT Instrument Console allows for the setup for each riding mode.
The front end is fitted with a clear LED headlight cluster and a ring special from Panigale V4. The front also has two wide air intakes, similar to the V4, and the two-layer ring design on the side gives the motorcycle an aggressive stance.
Another big change is that the Panigale v2 has a single-sided aluminum die-cast swingarm, which is similar to the Panigale v4. The exhaust system is also new and snugly underneath the engine. A Sachs steering damper is also provided for the handlebar for better control.
With a fully adjustable Sachs mono-shock on the rear, the New Panigale v2 gets high-end cycle components, including the Showa Big Piston Forks upfront. The Panigale V2, which may be a missing and does not have an electronic suspension. The front and back suspension range is 120 mm and 130 mm.