Imagine a superbike, a race track-enabled mean machine, and the first motorbike that comes to your mind will always be a Ducati. The motorbikes from Ducati are tested and proven for the race track and are the favorite of sports bikes and cross-country journey enthusiasts.
Let’s welcome the newest motorbike from Ducati.
The all-new Panigale V2 Bayliss was Ducati’s first championship super motorbike, currently relaunched on its 20th anniversary. This beast is an unparalleled favorite of the International motorbike community for its sheer dynamism, power, and rideability. This motorbike is a special edition motorbike manufactured in a special serialized with the sporadic release on a special occasion in the market. The new Panigale V2 Bayliss is an ode to the motorbiking spirit and raw emotion attached to it in every Ducati loyalist in their heart.
The Panigale V2 Bayliss has its foundation on 996’s R model that won for its champion rider Troy Bayliss his first world motorbike battle in 2001. It has customized mechanisms that enhance its performance to a degree higher than its peers.
- The Ducati Panigale V2 Bayliss is power-driven by a super Quadro 955 CC L-shaped dual cylinder, four-valve per cylinder, desmodromic liquid-cooled engine.
- The heavy-duty engine has a primarily 6-speed gearbox customized with Ducati patented Rapid Swing up-down EVO2 gears for best performance.
- The main drive is designed with conventional gears, whereas the subordinate drive has chain-type front and rear cogs.
- The clutch mechanism is hydraulic with Servo and slipper engineers designed for its main cylinder.
- The Ducati V2 Bayliss comes with a lightweight Aluminum body frame.
- The front suspension is Ohlins, and tins treated USD type front fork for the smoothest riding capability on the roughest roads or race tracks.
- This motorbike had a rear suspension of featherweight mono-shock with a single side swing arm design in Aluminum.
- The rear suspension absorbs all jerks and shocks to give the pillion rider the best possible driver experience.
- The Panigale V2 Bayliss structures 5 spoke alloy wheels both at the forward-facing and rear and fitted with sporty Perelli tries to give that much-added grip while riding at high speed on the race tracks or the highways.
- The newest Panigale V2 Bayliss has the highest rating in safety with semi-floating disc brakes, which are radially mounted and designed with piston calipers with the main cylinder on both the front and rear wheels.
- Additional safety is due to its ABS for short-notice braking that doesn’t allow imbalance and skidding.
- The next-generation Panigale V2 Bayliss has some of the best equipment to make the rider feel like a race-enabled super motorbike.
- It has a digital 4.3 inches console for complete data information and several power and riding mode options.
- The motorbike with patented traction and wheelie control provides the highest ride manageability and safety.
- Additionally, this motorbike has an auto tire correction and disc brake control mechanism for easy riding.
- The Panigale V2 Bayliss has a power LED-based headlamp with daytime running light capability for maximum illumination even on the darkest roads.
- Some unique features that make this premium motorbike value for money are steering dampers, an auto-off indicator, a long-lasting li-ion battery, and a silencer cover made from carbon fiber and titanium.
- The instrument cluster is advanced with a facts analyzer system, factory-fitted Global Positioning System, steal proof system, a digital circuit timer, and best in a class multimedia digital console.
- Besides, you also get an ergonomically designed twin seat for the rider and his pillion, giving enough support for a tireless cross-country journey.
So if you’re a sports motorbike fan and want to experience a mean machine on the most challenging roads, go for the limited edition premium edition starting at INR 22.49 lakhs; Ducati Panigale V2 Bayliss – a true blue monster with a heart of gold.
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