Ducati: a new electrical phase, the supply of motorcycles for the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup

A new chapter in the history of Ducati . Signed between the Emilian brand and Dorna Sports, the organizer and promoter of the most famous two-wheeled competitions, an agreement that provides for the official supply of motorcycles for the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup from 2023 to 2026 . The news A four-season coverage and at the same time a new cognitive path for the Borgo Panigale brand. A new interesting phase, turning attention to the electricity sector starting from competitions. The announcement of the agreement came during a press conference in the press room of the Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli” . Over the weekend, the “Made in Italy and Emilia-Romagna” MotoGP Grand Prix is ​​scheduled, the third to last stage of the 2021 MotoGP Championship. project. Interesting developments are also expected. Keeping in mind that in the electrical sector attention is paid to aspects such as the autonomy, the shapes and the weight of the batteries, as well as the diffusion of the charging structures, the experience in the MotoE World Cup will allow Ducati to have valuable information in the field of research and development, in relation to the same technological evolution. According to the indications, the aim is to develop a Ducati-branded electric vehicle, once the technological part has been optimized.  The acquisition of new skills and technologies, through experience in competitions, has allowed production to evolve for some time. An approach consolidated in the tradition of this brand since the historic Ducati 851 equipped with a water-cooled two-cylinder engine, equipped with innovative four-valve twin-shaft heads and powered by electronic injection, defined on the basis of the knowledge acquired with the Ducati 748 IE competition, deployed in endurance races at Le Castellet in 1986. A constant passage of skills, given the participation of Ducati in the World Superbike since the first edition in 1988, in addition to the presence in MotoGP, resulting at the moment the only manufacturer not Japanese to have conquered the iris. An experience also testified by the most recent production, ranging from aerodynamics, electronics and propulsion, such as the V4 engine of the Ducati Panigale technically derived from the heart introduced on the Desmosedici GP in 2015, observing the bore and stroke measurements. and the counter-rotating crankshaft. The new V4 Granturismo that animates the Multistrada V4 is derived from the engine of the Panigale V4 .

A new chapter in the history of Ducati . Signed between the Emilian brand and Dorna Sports, the organizer and promoter of the most famous two-wheeled competitions, an agreement that provides for the official supply of motorcycles for the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup from 2023 to 2026 .

The news

A four-season coverage and at the same time a new cognitive path for the Borgo Panigale brand. A new interesting phase, turning attention to the electricity sector starting from competitions.

The announcement of the agreement came during a press conference in the press room of the Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli” . Over the weekend, the “Made in Italy and Emilia-Romagna” MotoGP Grand Prix is ​​scheduled, the third to last stage of the 2021 MotoGP Championship. project.

Interesting developments are also expected. Keeping in mind that in the electrical sector attention is paid to aspects such as the autonomy, the shapes and the weight of the batteries, as well as the diffusion of the charging structures, the experience in the MotoE World Cup will allow Ducati to have valuable information in the field of research and development, in relation to the same technological evolution. According to the indications, the aim is to develop a Ducati-branded electric vehicle, once the technological part has been optimized.

A new chapter in the history of Ducati . Signed between the Emilian brand and Dorna Sports, the organizer and promoter of the most famous two-wheeled competitions, an agreement that provides for the official supply of motorcycles for the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup from 2023 to 2026 . The news A four-season coverage and at the same time a new cognitive path for the Borgo Panigale brand. A new interesting phase, turning attention to the electricity sector starting from competitions. The announcement of the agreement came during a press conference in the press room of the Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli” . Over the weekend, the “Made in Italy and Emilia-Romagna” MotoGP Grand Prix is ​​scheduled, the third to last stage of the 2021 MotoGP Championship. project. Interesting developments are also expected. Keeping in mind that in the electrical sector attention is paid to aspects such as the autonomy, the shapes and the weight of the batteries, as well as the diffusion of the charging structures, the experience in the MotoE World Cup will allow Ducati to have valuable information in the field of research and development, in relation to the same technological evolution. According to the indications, the aim is to develop a Ducati-branded electric vehicle, once the technological part has been optimized.  The acquisition of new skills and technologies, through experience in competitions, has allowed production to evolve for some time. An approach consolidated in the tradition of this brand since the historic Ducati 851 equipped with a water-cooled two-cylinder engine, equipped with innovative four-valve twin-shaft heads and powered by electronic injection, defined on the basis of the knowledge acquired with the Ducati 748 IE competition, deployed in endurance races at Le Castellet in 1986. A constant passage of skills, given the participation of Ducati in the World Superbike since the first edition in 1988, in addition to the presence in MotoGP, resulting at the moment the only manufacturer not Japanese to have conquered the iris. An experience also testified by the most recent production, ranging from aerodynamics, electronics and propulsion, such as the V4 engine of the Ducati Panigale technically derived from the heart introduced on the Desmosedici GP in 2015, observing the bore and stroke measurements. and the counter-rotating crankshaft. The new V4 Granturismo that animates the Multistrada V4 is derived from the engine of the Panigale V4 .

The acquisition of new skills and technologies, through experience in competitions, has allowed production to evolve for some time. An approach consolidated in the tradition of this brand since the historic Ducati 851 equipped with a water-cooled two-cylinder engine, equipped with innovative four-valve twin-shaft heads and powered by electronic injection, defined on the basis of the knowledge acquired with the Ducati 748 IE competition, deployed in endurance races at Le Castellet in 1986.

A constant passage of skills, given the participation of Ducati in the World Superbike since the first edition in 1988, in addition to the presence in MotoGP, resulting at the moment the only manufacturer not Japanese to have conquered the iris.

An experience also testified by the most recent production, ranging from aerodynamics, electronics and propulsion, such as the V4 engine of the Ducati Panigale technically derived from the heart introduced on the Desmosedici GP in 2015, observing the bore and stroke measurements. and the counter-rotating crankshaft. The new V4 Granturismo that animates the Multistrada V4 is derived from the engine of the Panigale V4 .


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