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2020 Ducati Panigale V2—Behind The Bodywork Photo Gallery

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A late sketch of the Panigale V2. Too bad the MotoGP honeycomb grate over the exhaust outlet didn’t make it to production.
A late sketch of the Panigale V2. Too bad the MotoGP honeycomb grate over the exhaust outlet didn’t make it to production. (Image Courtesy of Ducati/)Ducati’s vehicle project manager for the 2020 Panigale V2, Stefano Strappazzon.
Ducati’s vehicle project manager for the 2020 Panigale V2, Stefano Strappazzon. (Photo by Milagro/)A computer-generated drawing of the Panigale V2’s skin shows the two layers of bodywork around the frame, and the large inlets that house the LED headlights as well as acting as air inlets.
A computer-generated drawing of the Panigale V2’s skin shows the two layers of bodywork around the frame, and the large inlets that house the LED headlights as well as acting as air inlets. (Image Courtesy of Ducati/)The airbox flow of the 959 Panigale versus the Panigale V2, illustrated in high and low pressure. Slightly wider and more direct intakes allows the V2 to breathe a little better.
The airbox flow of the 959 Panigale versus the Panigale V2, illustrated in high and low pressure. Slightly wider and more direct intakes allows the V2 to breathe a little better. (Image Courtesy of Ducati/)It’s hard to argue that the V2 doesn’t live up to the reputation of most Italian sportbikes by looking like it’s going fast even when it’s sitting still.
It’s hard to argue that the V2 doesn’t live up to the reputation of most Italian sportbikes by looking like it’s going fast even when it’s sitting still. (Photo by Milagro/)This is the aftermarket exhaust option, but shows the shape of the pipe clearly. Note the extra loop the rear cylinder’s header has to create (under the seat, famously) in order to match the length of the front.
This is the aftermarket exhaust option, but shows the shape of the pipe clearly. Note the extra loop the rear cylinder’s header has to create (under the seat, famously) in order to match the length of the front. (Image Courtesy of Ducati/)A CAD drawing of the monocoque frame. The small inlet at the front is where air channels through from the front of the bike, while the large hole facing up is sealed by the fuel tank to create the airbox.
A CAD drawing of the monocoque frame. The small inlet at the front is where air channels through from the front of the bike, while the large hole facing up is sealed by the fuel tank to create the airbox. (Image Courtesy of Ducati/)

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