Ducati Panigale V2 will launch in India.

Ducati Panigale V2
It will replaces the Panigale 959 in its lineup.

Ducati Panigale V2 overview and pricing?

The Ducati Panigale V2 has a ton making it work, starting with its styling. From various perspectives, it would appear that a downsized Panigale V4, packed with a solitary sided swingarm. The V2 looks as sharp and deliberate as the Panigale V4; in any case, it is a lot slimmer in the manner in which it looks and feels once you are on the seat. This is on the grounds that underneath the new bodywork, this is a Panigale 959. The V2’s edge is indistinguishable from the 959’s, put something aside for the back subframe that was upgraded to oblige the raised tail segment.

Different similitudes to the 959 incorporate the suspension, which has been conveyed forward, but with a couple of modifications to the internals. At the front, there’s a flexible, 43mm Showa large cylinder fork and at the back, there’s a Sachs mono-shock with a 2mm longer stun and a milder stock setting on the preload.

However, the genuine embodiment of this infant Panigale is in its 955cc Superquadro engine. Despite the fact that it’s equivalent to 959, it has been moved up to agree to Euro 5/BS6 emanation standards. The greatest advantage of this overhaul (natural reasons aside) is a 5hp increment in power. The Panigale V2 produces 155hp at 10,750rpm and 104Nm of torque at 9,000rpm. The motor is coupled to a 6-speed gearbox with an up-down quick shifter as standard.

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With regards to hardware, the new Panigale V2 is very stacked, considering it gets another six-hub IMU-helped electronic suite. This incorporates cornering ABS, against wheelie, motor brake control. The Panigale V2 gets three ride modes – Race, Sport, and Street – which can be chosen by looking through the menu showed on the new 4.3-inch, shading TFT instrument board.

Given the extra unit and improved execution, we expect Ducati to value the Panigale V2 at a marginally more significant expense point than the 959 Panigale, which retailed at Rs 15.30 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai).

Ducati Panigale V2

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