Ducati Panigale V4 is a sports bike that has arrived markets with brand-new improvements. So, the improvements involve all the areas: aerodynamics, ergonomics, engine, chassis and electronics, and, the result is even faster bike on the racetrack. The Ducati Panigale has all the accessories from the Ducati performance catalogue. In short, it offers great and rewarding excitement to pro-rider and amateur alike. Overall, with all the new updates the Ducati Panigale V4 is even faster, more intuitive and less fatiguing for riders of all levels and with a more aggressive look.
Ducati Panigale V4 gets a 1103cc, Desmosedici Stradle 90-degree V4, 4-valve per cylinder, liquid cooled engine which is not only powerful and also good at performance. This engine mates with a six-speed transmission gearbox which produces a peak torque of 123.6N-m at 9500rpm and a 215.5horsepower at 13000rpm. With both front and rear disc brakes, the Ducati Panigale V4 comes with an anti-locking braking system.
The suspension set-up of the Ducati Panigale V4 comprises electronically-adjustable Ohlins shock absorbers. The braking hardware comes from twin 330mm discs with Brembo Monobloc Stylema four-piston callipers at the front and a single 245mm rotor with a two-piston calliper at the back. Electronic control consists of new power logic with 4 engine configuration that satisfies all types of riders.
Ducati Panigale V4 has upgraded aerodynamics with even more beautiful, compact, efficient double profile design wings and redesigned extraction sockets to improve the cooling system. The pivot of the single-sided aluminium swingarm is positioned 4mm higher. The redesigning of the seat and tank maximises the rider’s performance and minimises the physical effort required for track riding.
The Ducati Panigale V4 has a fuel capacity of 17litres and weighs 198.5Kg. Ducati Panigale is available in 3 variants and 3 colours. The colour of this motorcycle is Ducati Red with a Dark Grey frame and black wheels.
Ducati Bikes is a group of companies, best known for manufacturing motorcycles and headquartered in Borgo Panigale, Bologna, Italy. The group is owned by German automotive manufacturer Audi through its Italian subsidiary Lamborghini, which is in turn owned by the Volkswagen Group. No matter the era, it’s a feat to create something that has as much visual impact now as it did 20 years ago. It proves that however cliched, less is more, even when the industry and society are wildly different from the environment in which it was created.