The Panigale V2 is expected to launch by end-August
Deliveries are likely to begin by September
Will carry a higher price than the outgoing Panigale 959
Ducati is among the few big bike manufacturers affected badly by the transition to BS6 emission norms on April 1, 2020. The Italian brand has had no BS6 motorcycles to sell in India since, and while the BS6-compliant Panigale V2 was expected to launch here by June-July, the pandemic further delayed those plans.
The company is now finally gearing up for the launch of its first BS6 product and has just opened bookings for the Panigale V2. The bike is expected to be officially launched in India by the end of August and deliveries will likely begin in September. However, these dates rely on there being no further pandemic-related complications.
Similar to almost every other Ducati sold in India, the…