Ducati CEO clarifies MotoE project, no production plans coming soon | Ducati MotoE

Ducati CEO clarifies MotoE project has no production plans anytime soon  Ducati has just been announced as an official supplier of MotoE. This will be effective from 2023 until 2026. The announcement was announced at the Misano track earlier this year, with Ducati CEO Claudio Domenicali clarifying that the MotoE project will not start producing electric motorcycles anytime soon.       “With today's technology this is not possible. If we were to build an electric motorcycle today We have to lose some of the strengths of our products, such as sportiness and lightness, so the idea is to start experimenting,” said Ducati CEO Claudio Domenicali.   “We are interested in using MotoE as a laboratory to study and develop technology. battery technology Inverter and electric powertrains are developing rapidly. And we want to be at the forefront of experimentation, development and preparation when the real competition begins,” he added. what is interesting is The MotoE currently weighs a lot more than the Moto3, and Ducati wanted the MotoE to be lighter.

Ducati CEO clarifies MotoE project has no production plans anytime soon

Ducati has just been announced as an official supplier of MotoE. This will be effective from 2023 until 2026. The announcement was announced at the Misano track earlier this year, with Ducati CEO Claudio Domenicali clarifying that the MotoE project will not start producing electric motorcycles anytime soon.

“With today's technology this is not possible. If we were to build an electric motorcycle today We have to lose some of the strengths of our products, such as sportiness and lightness, so the idea is to start experimenting,” said Ducati CEO Claudio Domenicali. 

Ducati CEO clarifies MotoE project has no production plans anytime soon  Ducati has just been announced as an official supplier of MotoE. This will be effective from 2023 until 2026. The announcement was announced at the Misano track earlier this year, with Ducati CEO Claudio Domenicali clarifying that the MotoE project will not start producing electric motorcycles anytime soon.       “With today's technology this is not possible. If we were to build an electric motorcycle today We have to lose some of the strengths of our products, such as sportiness and lightness, so the idea is to start experimenting,” said Ducati CEO Claudio Domenicali.   “We are interested in using MotoE as a laboratory to study and develop technology. battery technology Inverter and electric powertrains are developing rapidly. And we want to be at the forefront of experimentation, development and preparation when the real competition begins,” he added. what is interesting is The MotoE currently weighs a lot more than the Moto3, and Ducati wanted the MotoE to be lighter.

“We are interested in using MotoE as a laboratory to study and develop technology. battery technology Inverter and electric powertrains are developing rapidly. And we want to be at the forefront of experimentation, development and preparation when the real competition begins,” he added. what is interesting is The MotoE currently weighs a lot more than the Moto3, and Ducati wanted the MotoE to be lighter.

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