In 2021, Ducati sold 59,447 motorcycles worldwide, a record number

2021 has been an interesting year for Ducati. 59,447 motorcycles were sold worldwide, indicating growth of 24% in 2020 and 12% in 2019.  Featured Ducati Multistrada V4 During the year, the Multistrada V4 was the best-selling motorcycle among Ducati brand enthusiasts, with 9,957 motorcycles delivered. Behind the versatile model is an overview of the Scrambler® 800 with 9,059 models, then the Monster with 8,734 units sold. Significant results were achieved despite the unpredictability associated with the crisis in the logistics and supply sectors.    Last year, in addition, Ducati grew in all the important countries from the United States, which is once again the first market for the brand with 9,007 units and +32% compared to 2020; with 8,707 motorcycles in Italy and +23% in 2020; So with 6,107 units in Germany and +11% in 2020. Also good data from the Chinese market with 4,901 motorcycles and +21%, the French with 4,352 and +12% and the English with 2,941 units and +30%. For the current year, nine new models have been presented during the Ducati World Premiere 2022 web series, further consolidating the proposition to answer a wide variety of enthusiasts. Recent innovations include an improved Ducati Panigale V4, a technical model with refined technical aspects and excellent performance qualities. Just as interesting is the new DesertX, a bike designed to tackle the most demanding off-road sections, featuring long-travel suspension and wheels of various widths, a 21-inch front and 18-inch rear.

2021 has been an interesting year for Ducati. 59,447 motorcycles were sold worldwide, indicating growth of 24% in 2020 and 12% in 2019.

Featured Ducati Multistrada V4

During the year, the Multistrada V4 was the best-selling motorcycle among Ducati brand enthusiasts, with 9,957 motorcycles delivered. Behind the versatile model is an overview of the Scrambler® 800 with 9,059 models, then the Monster with 8,734 units sold.

Significant results were achieved despite the unpredictability associated with the crisis in the logistics and supply sectors.

2021 has been an interesting year for Ducati. 59,447 motorcycles were sold worldwide, indicating growth of 24% in 2020 and 12% in 2019.  Featured Ducati Multistrada V4 During the year, the Multistrada V4 was the best-selling motorcycle among Ducati brand enthusiasts, with 9,957 motorcycles delivered. Behind the versatile model is an overview of the Scrambler® 800 with 9,059 models, then the Monster with 8,734 units sold. Significant results were achieved despite the unpredictability associated with the crisis in the logistics and supply sectors.    Last year, in addition, Ducati grew in all the important countries from the United States, which is once again the first market for the brand with 9,007 units and +32% compared to 2020; with 8,707 motorcycles in Italy and +23% in 2020; So with 6,107 units in Germany and +11% in 2020. Also good data from the Chinese market with 4,901 motorcycles and +21%, the French with 4,352 and +12% and the English with 2,941 units and +30%. For the current year, nine new models have been presented during the Ducati World Premiere 2022 web series, further consolidating the proposition to answer a wide variety of enthusiasts. Recent innovations include an improved Ducati Panigale V4, a technical model with refined technical aspects and excellent performance qualities. Just as interesting is the new DesertX, a bike designed to tackle the most demanding off-road sections, featuring long-travel suspension and wheels of various widths, a 21-inch front and 18-inch rear.

Last year, in addition, Ducati grew in all the important countries from the United States, which is once again the first market for the brand with 9,007 units and +32% compared to 2020; with 8,707 motorcycles in Italy and +23% in 2020; So with 6,107 units in Germany and +11% in 2020. Also good data from the Chinese market with 4,901 motorcycles and +21%, the French with 4,352 and +12% and the English with 2,941 units and +30%.

For the current year, nine new models have been presented during the Ducati World Premiere 2022 web series, further consolidating the proposition to answer a wide variety of enthusiasts. Recent innovations include an improved Ducati Panigale V4, a technical model with refined technical aspects and excellent performance qualities. 

Just as interesting is the new DesertX, a bike designed to tackle the most demanding off-road sections, featuring long-travel suspension and wheels of various widths, a 21-inch front and 18-inch rear.

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