Ducati Panigale V4 is already a fantastic machine whether it’s about performance or looks. It carries forward Ducati’s legacy brilliantly. However, there’s no end to one’s imagination. And as a result, there’s a new custom-built Panigale V4 in town that’s attracting more eyeballs than the original motorcycle. It’s called the V4 Penta.
The V4 Penta is a custom-built naked streetfighter made by Officine GP Design. It’s based on the Panigale V4 but it looks nothing like that. In fact, its front end features a headlight that’s been borrowed from the Ducati XDiavel. And perhaps, that’s the only aesthetic part which can help you say that this motorcycle is somehow related to Ducati.
It’s a mesmerizing view, this bike. It’s so much more than just stripping off the fairing of the original motorcycle and add a few bits and pieces for a different look. The V4 Penta is designed by Luca Pozzato. One of the most attractive elements of this bike has to be its girder front end.
The girder front end comes from the suspension guru FG Racing. It is built from a single billet of aluminium. It replaces the stock USD forks. And boy, does it look gorgeous. It drastically changes the bike’s appearance and capability.
Other features of the V4 Penta include a single seat crafted by Foglizzo, custom spoke wheels by Jonich SX, bronze powder coating on the engine and crankcase covers, clip-on handlebars, new indicators, and new footpegs by Rizoma.
The Italian Officine GP Design is going to make only 10 units of the V4 Penta. So if you’re interested in having a naked Panigale V4 which would make people go ‘wow’, then you should hurry a bit. The bike costs 80,000 pounds which is approx AED 383,355.