The 959 Panigale Corse represents the highest sporting expression of the famous twin cylinder from Borgo Panigale. Thanks to the Öhlins suspensions, the type-approved Ducati Performance titanium silencers by Akrapovic, the lithium-ion battery and a dedicated livery inspired by the MotoGP colours, the 959 Panigale Corse is ready to hit the track.
Power: 150 hp (110 kW)
Torque: 102 Nm (75 lb-ft)
Safety: ABS, DTC
Price: From £13,995
The Superquadro in the 959 Panigale guarantees a power output of 150 hp at 10,500 rpm and 102 Nm of torque at 9,000 rpm.
The engine was conceived as a structural element of the frame, so its architecture has been completely revisited to ensure the best design possible in terms of conformation, weight distribution and robustness.
The 959 Panigale has an advanced six-gear transmission with large diameter gears to ensure greater resistance.
The 959 Panigale was ergonomically designed to provide perfect integration between the rider and the bike.
The 959 Panigale chassis represents the continuation of the innovative Monocoque concept: several components have been integrated to obtain a single, compact and lightweight element that enhances the driver's position by perfecting the driving position.
The 959 Panigale is equipped with a powerful yet manageable front braking system featuring new Brembo M4.32 monobloc calipers and comes standard with the new Bosch ABS 9MP anti-lock system.
Ducati Traction Control (DTC)
The Ducati Traction Control system (DTC) supervises the rear wheel slipping control and settings vary through eight different levels that are programmed to offer a different tolerance level to rear wheel slipping.
Complete LCD Instrument Panel
The 959 Panigale dashboard is an advanced multi-functional LCD unit whose layout is derived from the excellent experience gained by Ducati Corse in competitions like the Superbike and MotoGP world championships.
Ducati Quick Shift (DQS)
The Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) is the electronic shifter control system used for racing purposes that allows the rider to shift up under acceleration without using the clutch, keeping the throttle open and thereby saving precious fractions of a second.