Ducati launches new Panigale V2 “White Rosso”

The factory in Bologna might’ve been shut for a while for obvious reasons, but the Ducati boys and girls haven’t downed tools exactly… because now the Panigale V2 is available in a new livery called “White Rosso”. It looks pretty slick to us, and comes just months after the V2 was launched at Circuito de Jerez. What you get is a lovely silky white set of fairings, red wheels, tasty red highlights on the headlights and side-vents and a new “Panigale V2” Corse-inspired logo which doesn’t feature on the standard red model. Nice… and it’ll be in showrooms immediately.

Watch the full video reveal below, ridden by Pecco Bagnaia himself

The V2’s a sweet bike, and vastly different from the 959 Panigale it replaces. Tipped on its nose slightly more for sharper handling, with tweaked engine internals, it boasts a richly specced electronics suite and wears the 1st gen V4’s fairings… it ticks pretty much every box you’d want it to, especially now that Triumph’s limited Daytona 765 Moto2 has fully sold out.

Here’s some more pics to enjoy, and hit up Ducati UK’s site for more info.

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