The galley of Ducati MotoE

The galley of the Ducati MotoE

The galley of the Ducati MotoE

These are the photos of the V21L, Ducati's electric prototype for the MotoE World Cup. From 2023, the Bologna-based motorcycle manufacturer will be the sole supplier of the electric class of MotoGP

On October 21, 2021, Ducati announced that it would become the sole supplier of the MotoE World Cup, the electric class of MotoGP, starting from 2023. The agreement signed with Dorna Sports, organizer and promoter of the MotoGP World Championship of which MotoE is part, has a duration of four years, until 2026.
On this page we have collected photos of the Ducati MotoE, the result of the joint work of the Ducati Corse team and the Ducati R&D designers, led by Roberto Canè, Ducati eMobility Director. The Ducati development process MotoE also involved the Ducati Corse test team led by Marco Palmerini, who worked on the track applying the same methodologies used in MotoGP, thanks also to the support of the riders Michele Pirro, Alex De Angelis and Chaz Davies.

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The galley of the Ducati MotoE

l Ducati project work plan MotoE has already reached an advanced stage of development and will proceed towards 2023, the year in which Ducati will assume the role of sole supplier of the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup with 18 bikes on the track. The next goal for the Borgo Panigale manufacturer will be to take advantage of participation in the most important world electric motorcycle competition to experiment with new technologies, train new skills and study how to create, as soon as technology allows, a Ducati electric vehicle that is sporty, light, exciting and able to satisfy all fans.

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