Ducati ended 2021 year with a record motorcycles sale

Ducati ended 2021 with strong sales results globally. Namely, the Italian company achieved a record result of 59,447 motorcycles sold.

The number of units sold represents an increase of 24% compared to 2020 (48,042) and 12% compared to 2019 (53,183).

The United States emerged as the leading market for the Italian brand with 9,007 motorcycles sold. It is followed by Italy with 8,707 units and Germany with 6,107 units.

Meanwhile, Ducati is showing strong growth in China, with 4,901 motorcycles sold. This represents a growth of 21% compared to the previous year.

Ducati ended 2021 year with record motorcycles sale
Ducati ended 2021 year with a record motorcycles sale (source: Ducati)

 

According to the company’s CEO, Claudia Domenicali, such an outstanding sales result has never been achieved in the brand’s 95-year history.

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” 2021 it was a magical year for Ducati. “

“We also won the MotoGP title in the manufacturer’s competition for the second year in a row, and we started the electric era of our company with the V21L prototype, which is an introduction to the motorcycle that will compete in the MotoE Championship from 2023.”

“The pandemic, which is still ongoing, in addition to causing so much suffering, has also made activities more complex, forcing us to carry out a continuous internal reorganization,” said Claudio Domenikali.

Such success was achieved thanks to the new Ducati Multistrada V4, which last year broke into the first place of popularity among Ducati motorcycle fans, achieving sales of over 9,957 units.

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In second place is the Ducati Scrambler 800 with 9,059 units sold, followed by the all-new Monster with 8,734 models sold.

Meanwhile, Ducati expects even better results in 2022, as much is expected from the new DesertX model.

“With the DesertX model, we will have an extremely attractive machine for adventure lovers from this year, and other ambitious projects are currently under development.”

“The core values ​​of the brand – style, sophistication, performance and trust – are more relevant than ever,” Domenikali emphasized.

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