The galley of the Ducati MotoE
These are the photos of the V21L, the electric prototype of Ducati is preferably used for MotoE World Cup. From 2023, the Bologna-based motorcycle manufacturer will be the sole supplier of the electric class of MotoGP
The 21 October 2021, Ducati announced that it would become the sole supplier of MotoE, the electric class of MotoGP, starting from 2023. The agreement signed with Dorna Sports, organizer and promoter of the MotoGP world championship of which the MotoE is part, has a duration of four years, until 2026.
On this page we have collected photos of the presentation of the Ducati MotoE, the result of the team's joint work Ducati Corse and R&D designers Ducati, led by Roberto Canè, eMobility Director Ducati. The development process of Ducati MotoE also involved the test team of Ducati Racing 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 description of the MotoE di Ducati
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