Whether you’re riding a sportbike from Ducati, a cruiser from Harley-Davidson, or a touring motorcycle from BMW or Suzuki, the sales numbers don’t lie.
So with that in mind.I thought it would be interesting to take a closer look at Ducati’s impressive 2020 Q1 numbers.
How did Ducati manage such steady growth during the first quarter of this year. And which motorcycle divisions helped Ducati swing for the fences?
I hope that analyzing some key trends can help shed some light on how Ducati performed. So well during the first three months of 2021.
Compared to the first six months of 2020.Ducati kept the momentum in the second quarter of 202. And with this, it grew 43 per cent and compared to 2020, it went high by 9 per cent.
The bologna based marquee sold 8,598 units worldwide and delivered 34,485 in the first six months of the year.
We see 63 per cent growth when we compare it to the first six months of 2020 again.Which is a massive 284 per cent increase compared to 2019.
Francesco Milicia, VP Global Sales Director Ducati” Despite the great complexity recorded in the supply sector and transport.With delays in deliveries and a scarcity of various raw materials.
And the difficulties generated by the many lockdowns experienced in these first six months of 2021 in different parts of the world.
Ducati recorded truly significant growth, exceeding pre-Covid values by almost 10%. The order portfolio is also excellent.Demonstrating the fact that enthusiasts are appreciating the 2021 range and the family of Ducatisti is expanding more and more”.