Ducati MotoE: data and performance

Ducati MotoE: data and performance

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The technical sheet of the MotoE of Ducati

Ducati MotoE data and performance - The Ducati MotoE has a total weight of 225 kg (12 kg less than the minimum requirement set by Dorna and FIM) and has a maximum power and torque of 110 kW (150 HP) and 140 Nm, respectively, which, at Mugello, allowed it to reach a maximum speed of 275 km/h.
The battery is the most binding element for mass and dimensions; on the Ducati MotoE, it is characterized by a shape specifically designed to follow the natural course of the central area of ​​the bike. The battery pack weighs 110 kg and has a capacity of 18 kWh with a 20 kW charging socket integrated into the tail. Inside there are 1.152 cylindrical cells of the “21700” type.
The motor (21 kg of weight and a maximum rotation speed of 18.000 rpm) was developed to work at a voltage of 800V.

The data and performance of the MotoE of Ducati

Max speed: 275 km/h (preliminary data)
Potenza: 110 kW (150 hp)
Torque: 140 Nm
Acceleration (0-100km/h): 2.6 sec approx
Weight/size225 kg
Charging time (80%): 45 min

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Motor: type not declared; maximum revs 18000rpm
Battery: Lithium-ion with a capacity of 18kWh, voltage 800V
Cooling: the battery, motor and inverter are water-cooled
Chassis: Front Frame aluminium monocoque for the front area and structural battery pack casing made of carbon fibre
Swing arm: in aluminum weighing 4,8 kg
Fairing: in carbon fibre
Suspensions: Öhlins TTX36 rear monoshock, Öhlins NPX 25/30 pressurized fork with 43 mm diameter upside-down fork, Öhlins steering damper
Front brakes (Brembo): 338mm thickened steel finned T-drive discs, GP4RR M4 32/36 aluminium monobloc calipers with PR19/18 radial master cylinder
Rear brakes (Brembo): 220mm diameter and 5mm thickness steel disc with P34 caliper and PS13 pump
Tyres (Michelin): front 3,75 × 17 inches, rear 6 × 17 inches
Final transmission: chain

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