Product Innovation

Ducati MotoE

Future is getting closer

As of the 2023 season, Ducati will be the sole official supplier of bikes competing in the FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup, the electric class of the MotoGP™ World Championship.

An exciting technological challenge to write a new, exciting chapter in Ducati's great racing history, and redefine the future of electric mobility on two wheels.

For the first time in its history, from 2023 Ducati will be the sole official supplier in a world championship. It will do so with a brand new bike: the first racing Ducati equipped with a fully electric powertrain.

TEAM The development of the first electric Ducati is being conducted in total synergy by Ducati and Ducati Corse engineers.
RACING The agreement signed with Dorna Sports runs until 2026 and will be covering four editions of the MotoE World Cup.
GROUP The MotoE project benefits from the exchange of expertise made possible by the 2030 “New Auto” strategy of the Volkswagen Group.
An unparalleled challenge

An electric motorbike sets completely different technological and engineering challenges than a conventional motorbike. But over the past few months, Ducati engineers and designers have been working together to find the best solutions.

An unprecedented motorbike

For Ducati, the racing world has always been the laboratory in which to develop new skills and produce technological innovation. What is coming to light is a unique electric motorbike, integrating never seen before technical solutions for battery pack, motor and inverter.

On-track testing

Alongside the work at Ducati factory, the development of the MotoE continues unabated with tests on the track. Ridden by Ducati's official riders and test riders the prototype took on the curves of some of Italy's most important circuits. Enjoy the video at Vallelunga Circuit!