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Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A is headquartered in Bologna, Italy. The family tree is quite long as Lamborghini owns Ducati, Audi owns Lamborghini and Volkswagen owns Audi. In short, VW group owns the highly profitable motorcycle brand from Italy.
They were known for their high capacity machines with twin cylinder engines before the launch of much awaited Panigale V4. Ducati bikes were known for their class leading designs from day 1 and 1990’s saw them improving at a rapid pace. In 1993, Ducati Monster series was introduced for the first time. In just 25 years, the street fighter claimed 50% of sales for Ducati worldwide.
After successful introduction of Monster design language, Ducati 916 made headlines with its class leading design and impressive performance results. The series has since then evolved in an elegant way and each design year brought something unique for sportbike fans around the world.
Ducati India lineup is almost identical to international range of bikes as they are the fastest brand to introduce new products in India. Apart from these two major motorcycle series, Ducati is known for Scrambler series of motorcycles that mimic almost every production type with different designing and use of vivid body panels.
Ducati range in India starts from Scrambler series and goes up to 1299 Panigale R FE with carbon fiber parts and custom exhaust. Ducati is also known for its performance part offerings as they have a complete customization studio for buyers who prefer expensive parts for their stock machines from Ducati.
The Italian brand started from 48cc motors back in 1960’s and now, buyers can even get their hands on powerful 1285cc motor through the Final Edition of Panigale. They have updated their present lineup with class leading safety features like cornering ABS, EVO, traction control, wheelie control and brake control.