Ducati MotoE: the prototype in action on the Vallelunga track [VIDEO]

A different sound than that transmitted by the already known racing bikes, but it is an equally intense and suggestive form of power. In a video proposed by Ducati , on YouTube and via social networks, the “V21L” prototype linked to the Ducati MotoE project appears .   The development of the prototype In the video, the Ducati MotoE prototype is driven on the Vallelunga track by former MotoGP rider Alex De Angelis, who took part in the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup in 2019. The rider joins the development team, which also includes the expert Michele Pirro, who has already ridden the model.  This project represents another interesting chapter in the history of the brand, marking the beginning of a new electrifying journey. In the coming months the manufacturer will offer further information on the technical progress of the model and on the further steps of the project.  The program continues from the first track test at the Misano World Circuit last December. A team effort that is involving numerous company areas and which includes technical developments, data analysis, and various tests carried out internally and on the track.  The “V21L” prototype is the result of close collaboration and comparison between Ducati Corse and product R&D, in defining a performing model, also considering aspects such as a significant lightness for an electric model. A work linked to the role of sole supplier of motorcycles for the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup , the electric category of the MotoGP ™ World Championship, starting from the 2023 season .

A different sound than that transmitted by the already known racing bikes, but it is an equally intense and suggestive form of power. In a video proposed by Ducati , on YouTube and via social networks, the “V21L” prototype linked to the Ducati MotoE project appears .

The development of the prototype

In the video, the Ducati MotoE prototype is driven on the Vallelunga track by former MotoGP rider Alex De Angelis, who took part in the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup in 2019. The rider joins the development team, which also includes the expert Michele Pirro, who has already ridden the model.

This project represents another interesting chapter in the history of the brand, marking the beginning of a new electrifying journey. In the coming months the manufacturer will offer further information on the technical progress of the model and on the further steps of the project. 

The program continues from the first track test at the Misano World Circuit last December. A team effort that is involving numerous company areas and which includes technical developments, data analysis, and various tests carried out internally and on the track.

A different sound than that transmitted by the already known racing bikes, but it is an equally intense and suggestive form of power. In a video proposed by Ducati , on YouTube and via social networks, the “V21L” prototype linked to the Ducati MotoE project appears .   The development of the prototype In the video, the Ducati MotoE prototype is driven on the Vallelunga track by former MotoGP rider Alex De Angelis, who took part in the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup in 2019. The rider joins the development team, which also includes the expert Michele Pirro, who has already ridden the model.  This project represents another interesting chapter in the history of the brand, marking the beginning of a new electrifying journey. In the coming months the manufacturer will offer further information on the technical progress of the model and on the further steps of the project.  The program continues from the first track test at the Misano World Circuit last December. A team effort that is involving numerous company areas and which includes technical developments, data analysis, and various tests carried out internally and on the track.  The “V21L” prototype is the result of close collaboration and comparison between Ducati Corse and product R&D, in defining a performing model, also considering aspects such as a significant lightness for an electric model. A work linked to the role of sole supplier of motorcycles for the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup , the electric category of the MotoGP ™ World Championship, starting from the 2023 season .

The “V21L” prototype is the result of close collaboration and comparison between Ducati Corse and product R&D, in defining a performing model, also considering aspects such as a significant lightness for an electric model.

A work linked to the role of sole supplier of motorcycles for the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup , the electric category of the MotoGP ™ World Championship, starting from the 2023 season .

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