Over the past few weeks, Ducati has revealed what is stored 2022 In various “episodes”. Today, the Italian manufacturer has unwrapped its flagship supersport, the Panigale V4, one of the most exciting models of the year.
A new winglet design has been added to get started. This is also a differentiated visual factor when compared to last year’s model. The new winglet is small but produces as much downforce as before — 81lbs at 186mph (37kg at 300km / h).
The bike features a flatter seat with a more grippy surface, giving the rider better control while braking hard to improve ergonomics on the track. The rear of the tank (closer to the rider) has also been tuned for better grip.
The 1,103cc Desmosedici Stradale engine is basically unchanged in 2022, but the new Panigale V4 has an updated gearbox. The 1st, 2nd and 6th gears have been raised and the ECU has been updated. The peak output from the engine is 210hp at 12,500rpm and 90.6lb-ft at 11,000rpm.
Owners can also select Akrapovič exhaust from the Ducati Performance Catalog. By making a switch, you can increase your peak horsepower to 225hp while reducing the weight of your motorcycle by 11 pounds (5kg). For reference, the Stock 2022 Panigale V4 weighs 431 pounds (195.5 kg).
That’s not the only update. There is also a new suspension setup with an Orleans NPX25 / 30 electronically controlled pressure fork on the front. The new fork offers 125mm of travel — 5mm more than the 2021 Panigale V4. On the other hand, the rear shock continues to be Orleans TTX36.
The swing arm pivot on one side has also been raised by 4 mm to “enhance the squat prevention effect” during acceleration. While the standard Panigale V4 is fitted with Pirelli SC1 tires, the 2022 Panigale V4 S S is equipped with three-spoke forged aluminum alloy wheels mounted on the Pirelli Diablo Super Corsa SP tires. The brake hardware consists of a Brembo style mamono block caliper on the front and a two-piston caliper on the rear.
Finally, significant additions have been made to the electronics package. The style of the 5-inch TFT dash has changed to make the information easier to read. Next, a new “Track Evo” mode was added. Other rider aids include cornering ABS, traction control, slide control, wheelie control, engine braking control, and a two-way quick shifter that works with a 6-axis IMU.
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