The LEGO Group has just unveiled its latest Technic model, the Ducati Panigale V4 R, which boasts the style, sophistication and performance its real-life superbike counterpart. This set combines LEGO Technic and Ducati design DNA to recreate the curves and aerodynamic form of the two-wheeled wonder, complete with a 2-speed gearbox that activates the V4-cylinder engine. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Its unique kickstand means that builders can park the superbike model up and proudly put it on display it once you’re done building. It’s also the first motorcycle model in LEGO Technic history to include a gearbox that allows builders to navigate through different speeds. Other features include: realistic steering, suspension, front / rear disc brakes, an exhaust pipe, windshield and a dashboard. Available on June 1st, priced at $59.99.
- Build a Harley-Davidson Fat Boy display model that captures the lines and engineering of the original with its teardrop fuel tank, an inbuilt speedometer, and dual exhaust pipes!
- Authentically designed with a Milwaukee-Eight engine with moving pistons, handlebar steering, moveable gear shift pedal and brake levers, and a sturdy display stand, this is an iconic display for home or office
- Harley Davidson fans will appreciate the model's incredible level of detailing all the way down to the solid disc Lakester wheels and red-and-black paint color scheme
- The LEGO Creator Expert Harley Davidson Fat Boy is perfect for Harley Davidson and motorcycle fans ages 16+
- The LEGO Creator Expert Harley Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle measures over 7” (20 cm) high, 7” (18 cm) wide and 12” (33 cm) long
We have all been kids passionate about LEGO bricks and I think it is easy to understand that this new licensing agreement between Ducati and the LEGO Group is like a dream come true. We are two brands that share the same values of dedication, passion and attention to detail – values that have come together to give life to a unique building experience” said Alessandro Cicognani, Ducati Licensing Director.