millionaire turnover in record time

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2022 was a year to remember for Ducati which achieved two historic successes in the WorldSBK and the MotoGP Triple Crown. A season that deserves to be remembered with two unique models in a limited and numbered series, designed for collectors and fans of the Emilian brand, distinguished by the liveries of the bikes of Pecco Bagnaia #63 and Alvaro Bautista #19. On the tank of each unit there will be the world champion’s signature, made indelible by covering it with a transparent varnish.

The Ducatis dedicated to Bagnaia and Bautista are snapped up

Ducati Panigale V4 2022 World Champion Replica
Ducati Panigale V4 2022 World Champion Replica – Motors.News

The Ducati Panigale V4 2022 World Champion Replica they have been made in single-seater configuration only and are enriched by the steering plate in billet aluminum with laser engraving which bears the name of the model, the progressive number of the limited series and the race number of the two drivers. Some high-quality details make this series unique, such as the STM-EVO SBK nine-disc dry clutch, the Akrapovic approved silencer, the Brembo braking system with Stylema R calipers and MCS master cylinder, the Rizoma adjustable aluminum footpegs machined from solid and plexiglas racing.

Many i carbon fiber detailssuch as the alternator cover, the front and rear mudguards, the single-sided swingarm protection cover combined with the titanium. Each bike is delivered in a specially dedicated crate, with a customized bike cover frame and, for those who want to use it on the track, a racing kit is available which allows you to remove the license plate holders and mirrors and the racing tank cap. The limited series, however expensive (63,000 euros per unit), immediately sold out in a few days.

The sale of the limited series made it possible to invoice 32.7 million euros in record time. The Borgo Panigale manufacturer informs that there are no more units available. “2022 has been an incredible year for Ducati both on the track and on the market“, said Francesco Milicia, head of global sales and after-sales. “Confirming an integration and continuous transfer of technology and experience between production and racing that has no equal in the world of motorcycling“.

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