Ducati has risen yet another spot in worldwide motorcycle sales. The new Multistrada V4 made sure Ducati climbs the graph.Which is 33-percent in Q1 2021 and a 43-percent in sales in Q2 2021. Ducati stopped selling bikes early in the pandemic but could meet customer demand that was halted by the virus.
While the third quarter brought three percent growth. With Ducati selling 49,693 units compared to 48,042 in 2020.
On this occasion, Francesco Milicia, Ducati VP Global Sales and After Sales, said.
“Ducati closed the first nine months of the year with sales volumes that are already higher than the full year 2020. Both for the bikes and for after-sales products like clothing, accessories and spare parts.
The growth we are experiencing is practically widespread on all the main markets where Ducati is present and extends across the product families. We are delighted with the results obtained.
The community of Ducatisti is growing worldwide. And the most influential magazines in the motorcycling sector are awarding significant prizes to Ducati bikes.
It is a source of pride and satisfaction for us in Borgo Panigale and all Ducati subsidiaries worldwide. The brand is now more solid and appreciated than ever, and we are already focusing on next year.
In fact, in these weeks. We are presenting to the world the new products for the coming year, through the web series Ducati World Première 2022”.
Ducati has launched two new models of the Ducati Scrambler 1100 Tribute PRO. And Ducati Scrambler Urban Motard, which recently debuted during the Ducati World Premiere 2022.
Each bike is designed with the Scrambler philosophy, which looks to bring together the key ingredients of contemporary motorcycle culture. Functional aesthetics, fun riding dynamics and more comfort on board.
And unlike previous Scramblers that prioritizes off-road adventuring.The urban-oriented new Scrambler Urban Motard appears to be more about making a statement on city streets.