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Ducati MotoE prototype V21L bike almost ready for 2023

Racing lessons will lead to an electric motorcycle for the street

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2023 Ducati Panigale V4 SP2 packs 228 hp and a lot of racing hardware

Ducati poured decades of racing experience into this motorcycle

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Ducati expands its e-bike range with the road-going Futa

It joins a pair of updated electric mountain bikes

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2022 Ducati Multistrada V4 Pikes Peak First Ride Review | Forging a complex relationship

No surprise, the pricey Multistrada is refined, capable, and effortless in its speed

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Ducati MotoE V21L prototype officially takes to the track

This is the bike that will power the electric racing series starting in 2023

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2022 Ducati Panigale V4 and V4 S make going faster easier

Incremental improvements from winglets to the rear swingarm

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Ducati Multistrada V4 Pikes Peak is peak sport with racing tech

The Pikes Peak is a lot more than a simple appearance package

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Ducati kicks off its 'electric era' as MotoE bike supplier

What it learns will trickle down to road bikes by 2030

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Redesigned Ducati Monster gains power and loses weight

It's coming in April at a starting price of $11,895

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VW gauges interest in Ducati from potential buyers

Delicate dance is just beginning

Volkswagen Group is hosting preliminary talks with potential bidders for its Ducati brand to gauge potential interest in the motorcycle maker ahead of a November planning round, three people familiar with the matter told Reuters. During the five-year planning round, VW will review the future of its Ducati brand as well as of its super sports car brands Lamborghini and Bugatti, they said. Volkswagen is analyzing the future of Lamborghini, Bugatti and Ducati as part of broader quest

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As VW electrifies, it questions the role of Lamborghini, Bugatti, Ducati

'Volkswagen needs to change,' so the supercar brands' fate is up in the air

Volkswagen is reviewing the future of its high-performance brands Lamborghini, Bugatti and Ducati as part of broader quest for more economies of scale as it shifts to mass producing electric cars, senior executives told Reuters. Volkswagen's management board and directors will look at the carmaker's strategy at a meeting in November and are working on a new "to do list" as the company tries to more than double its value to 200 billion euros (182.7 billion pounds), one executive said

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