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Ducati's new Superbike: 1199 Panigale - September 21, 2011, 08:23 AM

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Ducati has decided to christen their new Superbike ‘1199 Panigale’ (Panigale is the area where Ducati is located in Bologna - Borgo Panigale) and this teaser video reveals very little of the new bike (the so-called spy shots have taken care of that) as everything is purposely out of focus so they continue the teaser build up ahead of the 2011 EICMA show, November 10th to 13th.
What is also interesting, despite our belief on the contrary, Ducati will not be immediately debuting the 1199 Panigale in the World Superbike championship next season, but in the 2012 FIM Superstock Championship, this way they can solve any glitches that the new bike may have.







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“Ducati officially announces the naming of its new generation 2012 Superbike as the “Ducati 1199 Panigale” and confirms that the unveiling and first public display will be at the EICMA International Motorcycle Show in Milan 10-13 November.

“Having attracted massive, world-wide interest during the machine’s many test phases, the exciting new model is also now officially named in an emotional video released on the Italian manufacturer’s website, Ducati.com, and Ducati Motor Holding’s official Youtube channel.

“The wait to discover the incredible performance, innovative design and ground-breaking technologies of the new 1199 Panigale will continue for just a few more weeks.

“Pronounced “Pan-ee-gah-lee”, the new model breaks with Ducati’s Superbike tradition by adding a name to its 1199cc engine capacity (referred to as eleven-nine-nine), making a significant and warm association to its historic roots in the Borgo Panigale area of Bologna.

“In an Italian territory known as “Motor Valley” and where high performance and racing runs through the veins of its passionate people, Ducati now underline their pride in being world ambassadors for the “Made in Italy” title by immortalizing their home town in the name of the new Superbike.

“Developed as a true sport bike with competition in its DNA, the Ducati 1199 Panigale will first see racing action in the 2012 FIM Superstock Championship and, in accordance with the factory’s development program, make its debut in World Superbike in 2013.

“The two-stage introduction enables Ducati additional development for the Superbike version of the 1199 Panigale, appropriate to the more open regulations of the World Superbike category, and in addition help control costs for World Superbike teams who can continue to compete with a 2012 version of the 1198 with technical support from Ducati Engineers.”


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haha great minds eh Chad?

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Indeed! I really wish i could go into details, but I won't be "that guy"... just believe me when I say it is :rock2 :


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851, 888, 916, 996, 999, 1098, 1199 ...... Coming 2020, the Ducati 89999, the worlds first 90 liter L twin.


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851, 888, 916, 996, 999, 1098, 1199 ...... Coming 2020, the Ducati 12789599.
not in this line, 1199 is maxed out capacity

Chad..let me help: Superquadro


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^ Is Ducati actually going to move in that direction? L4, V4?


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^ Is Ducati actually going to move in that direction? L4, V4?
Superquadro means Super Square and is the name of the engine in the Panigale.

Expect a high revving big bore more 'traditional' (than the L) V Twin beast

pure speculation of course...


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How many frames does this model come with?


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Personally, I think they should have gone with a V4 displacing one liter as opposed to a 1200 cc twin. Although this wouldn't set it apart from the RSV4, it would set it apart from BMW, the Japanese, the RC8R, and MV Agusta.

Going back to the new Duc, I like the 848/1098/1198 design better. The rear cowl and undertail exhaust on this series looks better than what I've seen in the 1199 spy pics. I don't particularly care for the tiny rear cowls on the RSV4, RC8R, or CBR1k, either.
It may look better, but if you drop the center of gravity down low, you improve handling, which is why just about all of the Japanese manu's do this as well..


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Seriously though, looking at this strictly from a business perspective, this has to be a total marketing NIGHTMARE for Ducati. They’re releasing what undoubtedly is going to be a badass new bike with next generation technology. Meanwhile the guy they recently hired to bring in increased publicity and sales is trashing that same technology in exchange for a product their competitors produce. And it’s all happening on the same day!

I'm not hating on Ducati, just pointing out their obvious misfortune.


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Seriously though, looking at this strictly from a business perspective, this has to be a total marketing NIGHTMARE for Ducati. They’re releasing what undoubtedly is going to be a badass new bike with next generation technology. Meanwhile the guy they recently hired to bring in increased publicity and sales is trashing that same technology in exchange for a product their competitors produce. And it’s all happening on the same day!

I'm not hating on Ducati, just pointing out their obvious misfortune.

Huh?


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