Ducati Panigale made a debut to the Indian automobile market this Wednesday. The Panigale V2 resembles the Panigale 959, which is already taken off the Indian market. Reservations on the latest V2 are already underway, and shipments will begin shortly. The Panigale V2, like the Kawasaki ZX-10R and the Suzuki GSX- R1000, will be a competitor of the litre-class bikes. A more robust version for Panigale V4 is available, but the company still hasn't confirmed if the BS6 version of Panigale V4 will be released in India.
The latest design receives various cosmetic modifications and features, together with a new suspension configuration, and is BS6-compliant. The Ducati Panigale V2 is a 955cc, a dual-cylinder engine coupled with a 6-speed gearbox. At 10750rps and 104Nm at 9000rpm, the motor puts out a maximum speed of 152.8 bhp. Ducati has been priced at 16.99 lakh. At the EICMA 2019, the latest Panigale V2 debuted. It was initially planned to start earlier in 2020, but the pandemic dominated its release schedules.
In particular, the manufacturer strengthened its height on both the front and back by 2 mm. However, its seat height is raised by 5 mm while the size of the footpegs is intact. Racing, sport, and street are the three different modes of riding in the new model. A few of the main characteristics include a double-head lamp system, LED DRL indicators, sculpted fuel tank, straight lines around the tank, aluminium sleek, high-shake tail, and a full-shape LED twin lamps.
A completely-adjustable 43 mm Showa big piston front fork and a flexible Sachs
mono-Shock on the rear are part of the revised suspension on the new V2 vehicle.
Besides, the Sachs inter-mounted regulation pad is also fitted with a steering