Ducati, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer known for its high-performance bikes, has announced the start of production for its newest model, the MotoE Electric Motorcycle. This bike is part of Ducati’s growing line of electric motorcycles, which are designed to offer the same thrilling riding experience as traditional gas-powered bikes, but with the added benefits of electric power.
The company has brought out a new prototype called “V21L” that will run on the racing tracks around 6-8th March at Jerez followed by Barcelone in the month of April’23.
Ducati’s #MotoE #V21L begins production at the #Ducati Factory ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/wuddghCFgG
— Ducati (@DucatiMotor) January 16, 2023
Ducati MotoE Electric Motorcycle specs
The MotoE V21L is specifically designed for sports enthusiasts who crave the thrill of the ride while also being environmentally conscious. It is powered by a high-performance electric motor that delivers instant torque and smooth power delivery, making it perfect for both city riding and high-speed adventures. The bike also features a lightweight and aerodynamic design that helps to maximize range and performance.
The MotoE “V21L” is also equipped with the latest technology, such as the latest generation of Bosch Cornering ABS, which makes it easier to control the bike in tight turns and at high speeds. This feature is perfect for sports enthusiasts who crave a high-performance riding experience.
The CEO of Ducati said, “The start of production of the Ducati MotoE is a historic moment for our company, which with this project is thoroughly studying the technologies of the future for the world of motorcycling. It is an important area of experimentation, in which we are investing to build know-how so that we will be ready when battery technology should allow the creation of an exciting electric road bike with the weight, performance, and range that enthusiasts expect from a Ducati. We are therefore embarking on this new adventure with the aim of developing the people and skills within the company to shape the character of a future Ducati electric road bike might be. The MotoE project represents a decisive step for Ducati to contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions on the product side, alongside research into synthetic fuels (efuel) that can reduce the total CO2 emissions of internal combustion engines to zero. Environmental sustainability is something that all individuals and all companies must consider a priority if the delicate balance of the planet is to be preserved. Ducati is committed to this also at the industrial level, and the construction of the new Finitura e Delibera Estetica area is classified as Nearly Zero Energy. The building is just the latest example”.
Ducati fans will be pleased to know that the MotoE is a true Ducati at heart. It has the same level of performance, handling, and design as the traditional Ducati motorcycles, but with the added benefits of electric power. This makes it the perfect bike for Ducati enthusiasts who want to experience the brand’s signature performance and style, while also enjoying the benefits of electric power.
The MotoE is on an edge of coming close to the race track the bike will debut on the racing tracks on 13 May at the world championship calendar. This cutting-edge electric motorcycle offers a thrilling riding experience while also being environmentally friendly and low maintenance. It is designed for sports enthusiasts who crave the thrill of the ride, and Ducati fans will appreciate the bike’s performance, handling, and design. With the production of MotoE V21L, Ducati has once again demonstrated its commitment to innovation and sustainability.