Ducati V21L Electric Motorcycle
The Ducati V21L, also known as the company’s ‘MotoE project’, is an electric motorcycle that will compete in the 2023 FIM MotoE World Cup. Weighing in at 496-pounds, its electric powertrain generates 148 hp and 103 lb-ft of torque, complete with liquid cooling for both the battery as well as motor, while topping out at 171 mph.

For those interested in the technical specifications, the battery pack weighs 242-pounds and boasts a capacity of 18 kWh with a 20-kW charging socket integrated into the tail. Inside the battery, there are 1,152 cylindrical ‘21700’ cells. Other features include an Öhlins NPX 25/30 pressurized fork, an Öhlins TTX36 shock absorber, and Brembo brakes. If you like the V21L, then definitely check out the SAIC R-RYZR, a wearable electric motorcycle and car hybrid.

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For Ducati, having the opportunity to become suppliers of the FIM MotoE World Cup is not only a technologically exciting venture, but also the best way to interpret the challenges of the new millennium. Racing competition represents the ideal terrain on which to develop innovative technologies that will then transfer to production motorcycles. At this moment, the most important challenges in this field remain those related to the size, weight, autonomy of the batteries and the availability of the charging networks,” said Vincenzo De Silvio, Ducati R&D Director.

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