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Ducati 1199 Superleggera Tricolore Nero by Tessoart

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As we look back in hindsight, the Ducati 1199 Superleggera has to be one of the more compelling bikes to come out of 2013. A motorcycle built with the unilateral approach of making the lightest sport bike possible, the Superleggera doesn’t disappoint from a technical point of view.

However, judging from some of the reactions of its debut, some readers would have liked to see Ducati stray away from the Corse inspired livery, which had already been featured on the Ducati Desmosedici RR — Ducati’s previous halo bike.

We understand that sentiment, after all not everyone is into the more-orange-than-red “Flouro Rosso” paint job that Ducati’s racing machines now wear in the premier class. That is where the Ducati 1199 Superleggera Tricolore Nero by Tessoart comes into play.







A continuation of the Tricolore Nero paint job for the Panigale, which we showed earlier this year, Tessoart shows us that maybe Ducati made a mistake in its color choices for the “super light” Panigale. After all black is supposed to be slimming, right?

Tessoart says that the livery was made for a friend, who is a soon-to-be owner of a Ducati 1199 Superleggera. The lucky bastard said he wanted the black livery to fit in with the factory Corse paint job, keeping an OEM look to the custom paint job. We think he nailed. What do you think? Thanks for the tip Bear!

Source: Tessoart













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