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2019 Ducati Panigale V4 S
2019 Ducati Panigale V4 S

Specs

General Information

Manufacturer
Ducati
Ducati
Model Year
2019
2019
Model
Panigale V4 S
Panigale V4 S
Model Code
PANIGALEV4S
PANIGALEV4S
Color
Red
Red

Brakes/Wheels/Tires

Brakes

Front - 2 x 330 mm semi-floating discs, radially mounted Brembo Monobloc Stylema® (M4.30) 4-piston callipers with Bosch Cornering ABS EVO

Rear - 245 mm disc, 2-piston calliper with Bosch Cornering ABS EVO

Front - 2 x 330 mm semi-floating discs, radially mounted Brembo Monobloc Stylema® (M4.30) 4-piston callipers with Bosch Cornering ABS EVO

Rear - 245 mm disc, 2-piston calliper with Bosch Cornering ABS EVO

Wheels

Rear - 3 spokes forged aluminum alloy 6 x 17 in.

Front travel - 4.7 in. (120 mm)

Rear travel - 5.1 in. (130 mm)

Rear - 3 spokes forged aluminum alloy 6 x 17 in.

Front travel - 4.7 in. (120 mm)

Rear travel - 5.1 in. (130 mm)

Tires

Front - Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP 120/70 ZR17

Rear - Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP 200/60 ZR17

Front - Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP 120/70 ZR17

Rear - Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP 200/60 ZR17

Dimensions

Weight
Kerb - 430 lb. (195 kg)
Kerb - 430 lb. (195 kg)
Wheelbase
57.64 in. (1,464 mm)
57.64 in. (1,464 mm)
Seat Height
32.5 in. (830 mm)
32.5 in. (830 mm)

Drivetrain

Transmission
Gearbox - 6 speed with Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up / down EVO
Gearbox - 6 speed with Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up / down EVO
Primary Drive
Straight cut gears; Ratio 1.80:1
Straight cut gears; Ratio 1.80:1
Final Drive
Chain; Front sprocket 16; Rear sprocket 41
Chain; Front sprocket 16; Rear sprocket 41

Engine

Engine
Desmosedici Stradale 90° V4, rearward-rotating crankshaft, 4 Desmodromically actuated valves per cylinder
Desmosedici Stradale 90° V4, rearward-rotating crankshaft, 4 Desmodromically actuated valves per cylinder
Cooling
Liquid
Liquid
Horsepower
214 hp (157.5 kW) @ 13,000 rpm
214 hp (157.5 kW) @ 13,000 rpm
Displacement
1,103 cc
1,103 cc
Bore x Stroke
81 x 53.5 mm
81 x 53.5 mm
Torque
91.5 ft. lb. (124 Nm) @ 10,000 rpm
91.5 ft. lb. (124 Nm) @ 10,000 rpm
Compression Ratio
14:1
14:1
Gear Ratio

1st - 38/14

2nd - 36/17

3rd - 33/19

4th - 32/21

5th - 30/22

6th - 30/24

1st - 38/14

2nd - 36/17

3rd - 33/19

4th - 32/21

5th - 30/22

6th - 30/24

Clutch
Hydraulically controlled slipper and self-servo wet multiplate
Hydraulically controlled slipper and self-servo wet multiplate
Fuel System
Electronic fuel injection system. Twin injectors per cylinder. Full ride-by-wire elliptical throttle bodies. Variable length intake system
Electronic fuel injection system. Twin injectors per cylinder. Full ride-by-wire elliptical throttle bodies. Variable length intake system
Exhaust
4-2-1-2 system, with 2 catalytic converters and 2 lambda probes
4-2-1-2 system, with 2 catalytic converters and 2 lambda probes
Fuel Capacity
4.23 gal. (16 l)
4.23 gal. (16 l)
MPG Rating
Consumption - 6.9 l / 100 km
Consumption - 6.9 l / 100 km

Operational

Frame
Aluminum alloy "Front Frame"
Aluminum alloy "Front Frame"
Suspension

Front - Öhlins NIX30 43 mm fully adjustable fork with TiN treatment. Electronic compression and rebound damping adjustment with Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 event-based mode

Rear - Fully adjustable Ohlins TTX36 unit. Electronic compression and rebound damping adjustment with Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 event-based mode. Aluminium single-sided swingarm

Front - Öhlins NIX30 43 mm fully adjustable fork with TiN treatment. Electronic compression and rebound damping adjustment with Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 event-based mode

Rear - Fully adjustable Ohlins TTX36 unit. Electronic compression and rebound damping adjustment with Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 event-based mode. Aluminium single-sided swingarm

Rake
24.5°
24.5°
Trail
Front wheel - 4 in. (100 mm)
Front wheel - 4 in. (100 mm)
Capacity
2 Person
2 Person

Other

Warranty
24 months unlimited mileage
24 months unlimited mileage

Features

All Features

  • The following features include information for all models within the Panigale V4 Family and may not be applicable to all models. Please see your local dealer for further information.

Chassis

  • REFINED SUSPENSIONS: The new Panigale V4 is equipped with a 43 mm diameter Showa Big Piston Fork (BPF) that is fully adjustable in the compression and extension of the hydraulic brake and in the spring preload. The fork sleeve seats chromed legs to which Brembo radial brake callipers are attached. The front package is completed by the Sachs steering damper. On the back there is a fully adjustable Sachs shock absorber that on one side is attached to the Desmosedici Stradale with forged aluminium. The new Panigale V4 S and Panigale V4 Speciale are equipped with an Öhlins NIX-30 fork, Öhlins TTX36 rear shock absorber and Öhlins steering damper with event-based control system. On these versions, the suspension and the steering damper are controlled by the second-generation control system, Öhlins Smart EC 2.0, featuring, among other things, the new Objective Based Tuning Interface (OBTi).
  • RIMS AND TIRES: While the new Panigale V4 mounts 3-spoke cast aluminium rims, the new Panigale V4 S and Panigale Speciale are equipped with 3-spoke aluminium alloy rims. Ducati and Pirelli worked closely together in the development of the new Panigale V4, the first motorcycle to use the new Pirelli DIABLO™ Supercorsa SP as original equipment, 120/70 ZR17 on the front and the revolutionary 200/60 ZR 17 on the back. The latest version of the DIABLO™ Supercorsa SP in the new 200/60 ZR 17 size, already widely used as slicks in the FIM Superbike World Championship, is in fact a generational leap in the field of racing tyre replicas. The innovative profile of the new rear size maximises the footprint during the deepest corners and makes the most of the benefits of the dual mixture technology used, which on the shoulder uses the same SC2 compound as in racing slicks that can offer the grip typical of a racing tyre while still guaranteeing the robustness and versatility needed for road use. To work in full harmony with the rear tyre, even the front tyre has benefited from a major new development: all the characteristics like manoeuvrability, feedback to the rider, grip solidity, feeling of safety and predictability of grip loss have been optimised by creating a new front profile, with a slightly larger width than the previous version of the product. The redesigning of the shapes of the semi-finished products and the belting scheme has made it possible to set new benchmarks in terms of agility and manageability linked to racing peak performance. Finally, the new tread design of the DIABLO™ Supercorsa SP features a new "flash" geometry to optimise track performance by improving wear, and reduced groove widths designed to provide adequate support for the increased lateral thrusts.
  • BRAKING SYSTEM: The Panigale V4 range exclusively incorporates the brand new Brembo Stylema® monobloc callipers that represent the evolution of the already high performance M50 callipers. The new Stylema® callipers, machined from a single alloy block, have some lightened areas on the body and the fastening bushings that, compared to the M50, make them visibly more compact and allow a weight reduction of 70 g per calliper without loss of rigidity. Other evolutionary improvements have been made on the internal ventilation for greater consistency of performance. The new Stylema® callipers offer increased hydraulic performance thanks to their extreme rigidity, guaranteeing the system's quick response, reduced brake lever stroke and maximum flexibility. The Brembo double callipers each have four 30 mm diameter pistons working on 330 mm diameter discs, providing outstanding braking power, while at the rear there is a 245 mm single disc with 2-piston callipers. The braking system is supported by the ABS Cornering EVO system, which uses the lightweight 9.1MP Bosch control unit.
  • RACING TANK: The proximity of the new Panigale V4 to the racing world is underlined by the lightweight 16 litre aluminium tank that, as is the case with racing bikes, has a portion of the capacity situated under the rider's seat. The space not occupied by fuel - in the front of the tank and under a cover - has been used to place all the electronics, including the battery, which in the Panigale V4 S and Panigale V4 Speciale versions are lithium-ion.

Design

  • INNOVATIVE "FRONT FRAME": The new "Front Frame", left visible for all to see, becomes an integral part of the motorcycle giving it a tight fairing, practically custom tailored.
  • "DOUBLE LAYER" FAIRING: Simplicity and integration inspired the designers for the fairing with a "double layer" solution: a main outer part with a reduced longitudinal extension, and a secondary part that functions as an air extractor for the radiator. This configuration emphasises the compactness of the mechanics and offers once again the clean lines typical of Ducati supersport bikes, which since the 916 have been distinguished by the elegance of their extended fairings.
  • "DIAMOND" TANK: The plasticity of the ""diamond"" tank, a Ducati trademark, assists the rider at all stages of track driving. Thanks to its muscular shape it is possible to lean completely into the most extreme corners, lower the helmet for maximum aerodynamic efficiency in the straights and offer a strong lateral grip on the knees when braking deep into corners. It extends under the seat to lower the centre of gravity, thus leaving a portion of the subtail visible.
  • SLEEK TAIL GUARD: The tail guard of the single-seater version is all one piece, to emphasise the "ready-to-race" character of the bike. Its wing design is inspired by an aerodynamic spoiler and incorporates a full-LED tail light functionally divided into two parts, according to the tradition of Ducati sportbikes. The double red arch of the parking light makes the Panigale V4 unmistakable, just like its aggressive look.

Electronics

  • IBOSCH EVO ABS CORNERING: The Bosch ABS system, equipped with ""Cornering"" functionality that engages the ABS even when the bike is leaning into a curve, has evolved extensively with the introduction of new intervention logic and control types. Bosch EVO ABS Cornering can be set to three different levels to fully meet track and road driving needs, even in the most critical low-grip situations. While level 3 is indicated for the road or for low-grip conditions, thereby ensuring safer and more stable braking, levels 2 and 1, which give priority to braking power, are more appropriate for racing on high-grip surfaces and racetracks. Level 2 selection makes it possible to safely slide into curves for better performance in sports riding. Level 1 of the ABS, recommended for use on the track, engages ABS only on the front brake, but maintains the ""Cornering"" feature that allows braking deep in the corners and to recover from any riding errors.
  • DUCATI TRACTION CONTROL EVO (DTC EVO): The DTC EVO on the new Panigale V4 is based on an algorithm that makes its interventions more precise and quick.
  • DUCATI SLIDE CONTROL (DSC): The introduction of the 6D IMU has made it possible to add Ducati Slide Control (DSC) to Ducati Traction Control EVO (DTC EVO), developed in collaboration with Ducati Corse. This system supports the rider by controlling the torque delivered by the Desmosedici Stradale engine based on the slide angle. Its objective is to improve performance coming out of the corner by preventing slide angles that could otherwise be difficult to handle. The DSC works thanks to the 6D IMU that provides the vehicle dynamics control unit with information on the motorcycle's dynamics (such as lean angle, acceleration and much more). Thanks to these data and depending on the level selected by the user, DSC extends the use of the bike to all by providing improved assistance in extreme riding conditions. Like the DTC EVO, the DSC manages torque reductions by adjusting the opening of the throttle, reducing the advance firing and dropping injection rates. In all situations where a rapid intervention of DSC is not required, the use of throttle body valves makes it possible to maintain optimal combustion parameters, resulting in a more fluid intervention and response of the Desmosedici Stradale. The DSC has two levels: moving from level 1 to level 2, the system makes it possible to more easily control the values of sliding angles that are otherwise difficult to manage. It is possible to change the DSC intervention level by entering the menu, where it is also possible to set DTC EVO and DWC EVO values. It is also possible to set the direct control of the DSC using the direct access keys on the left-hand switch. The DSC's value is always visible on the instrument panel.
  • DUCATI QUICK SHIFT UP/DOWN (DQS EVO): The DQS EVO with up/down function, fine tuned for the Panigale V4, compared to the previous 1299 system Panigale uses the lean angle information to maximise the motorcycle's stability during shift changes in corners. Besides minimising shift times, the DQS EVO allows downshifts without using the clutch thereby ensuring even more effective braking into corners. The system consists of a bi-directional microswitch integrated into the lever linkage that, with every change of gear, sends a signal to the Desmosedici Stradale control unit. The system acts in a different way for upshifts and downshifts, supplementing the advance firing and injection action during upshifts with the controlled opening of the throttle for downshifts, thanks to the full Ride-by-Wire system. The magnitude and duration of the various actions are designed to ensure maximum fluidity in the engagement even during extreme racing conditions, during downshifts working together with the slipper clutch and Engine Brake Control (EBC).

Engine

  • V4 90°: For Ducati, the V4 layout at 90° is the utmost expression of sportiness for a motorcycle engine. It is no coincidence that it is the same solution used in the MotoGP Desmosedici engines. The 90° V layout of the cylinders creates a natural balancing of first-order forces without the need to resort to a balance shaft to eliminate the vibrations that notoriously entail increases in weight and power absorption. In addition to this primary benefit, which is extremely important for the reliability and mechanical efficiency of an engine that reaches rotation speeds greater than 14,000 rpm, there are others that make the configuration chosen by Ducati the most technically refined.
  • COUNTER-ROTATING CRANKSHAFT: On street bikes the crankshaft rotates in the same direction as the wheels. In contrast, in MotoGP the counter-rotating crankshaft that rotates in the opposite direction is commonly used. The Desmosedici Stradale borrowed this technical solution from MotoGP. This innovative solution makes it possible to compensate for part of the gyroscopic effect produced by the wheels, making the bike more agile and precise when changing directions. The counter-rotating crankshaft also generates a torque due to inertia that tends to lower the front end during acceleration, and the rear end when braking, thus reducing the wheelie phenomenon.
  • "TWIN PULSE" FIRING ORDER: The crank pins, offset by 70° like on the Desmosedici GP, require a "Twin Pulse" firing order to generate power that is easy to handle and optimise traction when coming out of curves ("Big Bang" effect). Thanks to this firing order the Desmosedici Stradale makes a unique and distinctive sound.
  • DESMODROMIC SYSTEM: On the Desmosedici Stradale the design of the desmodromic system is a key factor for obtaining top performance.

Safety Equipment

  • Riding Modes, Power Modes, Bosch Cornering ABS EVO, Ducati Traction Control (DTC) EVO, Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC) EVO, Ducati Slide Control (DSC), Engine Brake Control (EBC) EVO, Auto tyre calibration

Standard Equipment

  • Ducati Power Launch (DPL), Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up/down EVO, Full LED lighting with Daytime Running Light (DRL), Ducati Electronic Suspension (DES) EVO with Ohlins suspension and steering damper, Quick adjustment buttons, Lithium-ion battery, Auto-off indicators, Marchesini aluminium forged wheels

All Features

  • The following features include information for all models within the Panigale V4 Family and may not be applicable to all models. Please see your local dealer for further information.

Chassis

  • REFINED SUSPENSIONS: The new Panigale V4 is equipped with a 43 mm diameter Showa Big Piston Fork (BPF) that is fully adjustable in the compression and extension of the hydraulic brake and in the spring preload. The fork sleeve seats chromed legs to which Brembo radial brake callipers are attached. The front package is completed by the Sachs steering damper. On the back there is a fully adjustable Sachs shock absorber that on one side is attached to the Desmosedici Stradale with forged aluminium. The new Panigale V4 S and Panigale V4 Speciale are equipped with an Öhlins NIX-30 fork, Öhlins TTX36 rear shock absorber and Öhlins steering damper with event-based control system. On these versions, the suspension and the steering damper are controlled by the second-generation control system, Öhlins Smart EC 2.0, featuring, among other things, the new Objective Based Tuning Interface (OBTi).
  • RIMS AND TIRES: While the new Panigale V4 mounts 3-spoke cast aluminium rims, the new Panigale V4 S and Panigale Speciale are equipped with 3-spoke aluminium alloy rims. Ducati and Pirelli worked closely together in the development of the new Panigale V4, the first motorcycle to use the new Pirelli DIABLO™ Supercorsa SP as original equipment, 120/70 ZR17 on the front and the revolutionary 200/60 ZR 17 on the back. The latest version of the DIABLO™ Supercorsa SP in the new 200/60 ZR 17 size, already widely used as slicks in the FIM Superbike World Championship, is in fact a generational leap in the field of racing tyre replicas. The innovative profile of the new rear size maximises the footprint during the deepest corners and makes the most of the benefits of the dual mixture technology used, which on the shoulder uses the same SC2 compound as in racing slicks that can offer the grip typical of a racing tyre while still guaranteeing the robustness and versatility needed for road use. To work in full harmony with the rear tyre, even the front tyre has benefited from a major new development: all the characteristics like manoeuvrability, feedback to the rider, grip solidity, feeling of safety and predictability of grip loss have been optimised by creating a new front profile, with a slightly larger width than the previous version of the product. The redesigning of the shapes of the semi-finished products and the belting scheme has made it possible to set new benchmarks in terms of agility and manageability linked to racing peak performance. Finally, the new tread design of the DIABLO™ Supercorsa SP features a new "flash" geometry to optimise track performance by improving wear, and reduced groove widths designed to provide adequate support for the increased lateral thrusts.
  • BRAKING SYSTEM: The Panigale V4 range exclusively incorporates the brand new Brembo Stylema® monobloc callipers that represent the evolution of the already high performance M50 callipers. The new Stylema® callipers, machined from a single alloy block, have some lightened areas on the body and the fastening bushings that, compared to the M50, make them visibly more compact and allow a weight reduction of 70 g per calliper without loss of rigidity. Other evolutionary improvements have been made on the internal ventilation for greater consistency of performance. The new Stylema® callipers offer increased hydraulic performance thanks to their extreme rigidity, guaranteeing the system's quick response, reduced brake lever stroke and maximum flexibility. The Brembo double callipers each have four 30 mm diameter pistons working on 330 mm diameter discs, providing outstanding braking power, while at the rear there is a 245 mm single disc with 2-piston callipers. The braking system is supported by the ABS Cornering EVO system, which uses the lightweight 9.1MP Bosch control unit.
  • RACING TANK: The proximity of the new Panigale V4 to the racing world is underlined by the lightweight 16 litre aluminium tank that, as is the case with racing bikes, has a portion of the capacity situated under the rider's seat. The space not occupied by fuel - in the front of the tank and under a cover - has been used to place all the electronics, including the battery, which in the Panigale V4 S and Panigale V4 Speciale versions are lithium-ion.

Design

  • INNOVATIVE "FRONT FRAME": The new "Front Frame", left visible for all to see, becomes an integral part of the motorcycle giving it a tight fairing, practically custom tailored.
  • "DOUBLE LAYER" FAIRING: Simplicity and integration inspired the designers for the fairing with a "double layer" solution: a main outer part with a reduced longitudinal extension, and a secondary part that functions as an air extractor for the radiator. This configuration emphasises the compactness of the mechanics and offers once again the clean lines typical of Ducati supersport bikes, which since the 916 have been distinguished by the elegance of their extended fairings.
  • "DIAMOND" TANK: The plasticity of the ""diamond"" tank, a Ducati trademark, assists the rider at all stages of track driving. Thanks to its muscular shape it is possible to lean completely into the most extreme corners, lower the helmet for maximum aerodynamic efficiency in the straights and offer a strong lateral grip on the knees when braking deep into corners. It extends under the seat to lower the centre of gravity, thus leaving a portion of the subtail visible.
  • SLEEK TAIL GUARD: The tail guard of the single-seater version is all one piece, to emphasise the "ready-to-race" character of the bike. Its wing design is inspired by an aerodynamic spoiler and incorporates a full-LED tail light functionally divided into two parts, according to the tradition of Ducati sportbikes. The double red arch of the parking light makes the Panigale V4 unmistakable, just like its aggressive look.

Electronics

  • IBOSCH EVO ABS CORNERING: The Bosch ABS system, equipped with ""Cornering"" functionality that engages the ABS even when the bike is leaning into a curve, has evolved extensively with the introduction of new intervention logic and control types. Bosch EVO ABS Cornering can be set to three different levels to fully meet track and road driving needs, even in the most critical low-grip situations. While level 3 is indicated for the road or for low-grip conditions, thereby ensuring safer and more stable braking, levels 2 and 1, which give priority to braking power, are more appropriate for racing on high-grip surfaces and racetracks. Level 2 selection makes it possible to safely slide into curves for better performance in sports riding. Level 1 of the ABS, recommended for use on the track, engages ABS only on the front brake, but maintains the ""Cornering"" feature that allows braking deep in the corners and to recover from any riding errors.
  • DUCATI TRACTION CONTROL EVO (DTC EVO): The DTC EVO on the new Panigale V4 is based on an algorithm that makes its interventions more precise and quick.
  • DUCATI SLIDE CONTROL (DSC): The introduction of the 6D IMU has made it possible to add Ducati Slide Control (DSC) to Ducati Traction Control EVO (DTC EVO), developed in collaboration with Ducati Corse. This system supports the rider by controlling the torque delivered by the Desmosedici Stradale engine based on the slide angle. Its objective is to improve performance coming out of the corner by preventing slide angles that could otherwise be difficult to handle. The DSC works thanks to the 6D IMU that provides the vehicle dynamics control unit with information on the motorcycle's dynamics (such as lean angle, acceleration and much more). Thanks to these data and depending on the level selected by the user, DSC extends the use of the bike to all by providing improved assistance in extreme riding conditions. Like the DTC EVO, the DSC manages torque reductions by adjusting the opening of the throttle, reducing the advance firing and dropping injection rates. In all situations where a rapid intervention of DSC is not required, the use of throttle body valves makes it possible to maintain optimal combustion parameters, resulting in a more fluid intervention and response of the Desmosedici Stradale. The DSC has two levels: moving from level 1 to level 2, the system makes it possible to more easily control the values of sliding angles that are otherwise difficult to manage. It is possible to change the DSC intervention level by entering the menu, where it is also possible to set DTC EVO and DWC EVO values. It is also possible to set the direct control of the DSC using the direct access keys on the left-hand switch. The DSC's value is always visible on the instrument panel.
  • DUCATI QUICK SHIFT UP/DOWN (DQS EVO): The DQS EVO with up/down function, fine tuned for the Panigale V4, compared to the previous 1299 system Panigale uses the lean angle information to maximise the motorcycle's stability during shift changes in corners. Besides minimising shift times, the DQS EVO allows downshifts without using the clutch thereby ensuring even more effective braking into corners. The system consists of a bi-directional microswitch integrated into the lever linkage that, with every change of gear, sends a signal to the Desmosedici Stradale control unit. The system acts in a different way for upshifts and downshifts, supplementing the advance firing and injection action during upshifts with the controlled opening of the throttle for downshifts, thanks to the full Ride-by-Wire system. The magnitude and duration of the various actions are designed to ensure maximum fluidity in the engagement even during extreme racing conditions, during downshifts working together with the slipper clutch and Engine Brake Control (EBC).

Engine

  • V4 90°: For Ducati, the V4 layout at 90° is the utmost expression of sportiness for a motorcycle engine. It is no coincidence that it is the same solution used in the MotoGP Desmosedici engines. The 90° V layout of the cylinders creates a natural balancing of first-order forces without the need to resort to a balance shaft to eliminate the vibrations that notoriously entail increases in weight and power absorption. In addition to this primary benefit, which is extremely important for the reliability and mechanical efficiency of an engine that reaches rotation speeds greater than 14,000 rpm, there are others that make the configuration chosen by Ducati the most technically refined.
  • COUNTER-ROTATING CRANKSHAFT: On street bikes the crankshaft rotates in the same direction as the wheels. In contrast, in MotoGP the counter-rotating crankshaft that rotates in the opposite direction is commonly used. The Desmosedici Stradale borrowed this technical solution from MotoGP. This innovative solution makes it possible to compensate for part of the gyroscopic effect produced by the wheels, making the bike more agile and precise when changing directions. The counter-rotating crankshaft also generates a torque due to inertia that tends to lower the front end during acceleration, and the rear end when braking, thus reducing the wheelie phenomenon.
  • "TWIN PULSE" FIRING ORDER: The crank pins, offset by 70° like on the Desmosedici GP, require a "Twin Pulse" firing order to generate power that is easy to handle and optimise traction when coming out of curves ("Big Bang" effect). Thanks to this firing order the Desmosedici Stradale makes a unique and distinctive sound.
  • DESMODROMIC SYSTEM: On the Desmosedici Stradale the design of the desmodromic system is a key factor for obtaining top performance.

Safety Equipment

  • Riding Modes, Power Modes, Bosch Cornering ABS EVO, Ducati Traction Control (DTC) EVO, Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC) EVO, Ducati Slide Control (DSC), Engine Brake Control (EBC) EVO, Auto tyre calibration

Standard Equipment

  • Ducati Power Launch (DPL), Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up/down EVO, Full LED lighting with Daytime Running Light (DRL), Ducati Electronic Suspension (DES) EVO with Ohlins suspension and steering damper, Quick adjustment buttons, Lithium-ion battery, Auto-off indicators, Marchesini aluminium forged wheels