Auch Ducati's Zukunft ist elektrisch und das erste elektrische Modell anscheinend bereits in der Entwicklung.
Ducati has produced multiple electric bicycles in partnership with other companies. The company also previously worked with the Milan Polytechnic School of Design to develop an electric Ducati concept, the Ducati Zero.The company’s CEO Claudio Domenicali was even spotted riding an electric conversion Ducati Hypermotard that had been gifted a Zero FX powertrain.
Now though, Domenicali is removing any doubt about Ducati’s intentions. Speaking at a Motostudent event in Spain, the Ducati CEO told the crowd:“The future is electric, we’re not far from starting series production.”This isn’t the first time that Ducati has expressed its intentions to develop an electric motorcycle. Back in 2017, the Managing Director of Ducati Western Europe Edouard Lotthé revealed that Ducati had plans for both an electric motorcycle and scooter. However, Lotthé stated that the earliest either might appear would be the 2021 model year.Now Domenicali’s remarks represent the strongest confirmation yet that we’ll see an electric Ducati. And this time, the confirmation comes straight from the top.