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Here is the Ducati Panigale V4 25° Anniversario 916 Superbike

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Here it is, the Ducati Panigale V4 25° Anniversario 916 superbike. A limited edition machine (only 500 will be made) that commemorates the most iconic motorcycle ever to come from the Borgo Panigale factory, which sees this year being its 25th anniversary of going into production.

The new Panigale V4 model debuted today at the Laguna Seca WorldSBK round in California, and helping make that unveiling extra special was Carl Fogarty, who took the Ducati 916 Superbike to victory twice in the World Superbike Championship.

To go with its limited production run, Ducati has equipped the Panigale V4 25° Anniversario 916 (which is based off the Panigale V4 S) with a bevy of special parts, which includes an Akrapovic exhaust, a dry clutch conversion, Panigale V4 R front frame, forged magnesium wheels from Marchesini, and other bits and bobs from the Ducati Performance catalog.

“In all of modern motorcycling history, no bike has been as era-defining as the 916, both in terms of design and performance. I’m incredibly proud to present this exclusive version of our Panigale V4, itself a celebration of the 25th anniversary of the 916.” stated Francesco Milicia during the event at Pebble Beach.

“We’ve decided to present the bike together with none other than “King” Carl Fogarty himself. Presenting it on the American Superbike stage underscores our dedication to the US market, where bike enthusiasts and collectors alike will, I am sure, appreciate the uniqueness of the Panigale V4 25° Anniversary 916.”

Available in October 2019, pricing will be set at €41,900 in the European market, and $42,500 in the USA ($51,000 CAD and $840,000 MXN).



Of note, bike #5 from the 500 unit allotment will be sold at auction, with proceeds going to a fundraiser for Carlin Dunne’s mother. The Ducati WorldSBK riders are also wearing the #5 on their bikes this weekend at the Laguna Seca round.

Source: Ducati

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