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Claudio Domenicali, CEO of Ducati was recently on the sideline of the Podium ceremony for the continuation of wins in motor bike racing and this time it was for the electric bike. Ducati has been working with Bologna University to develop and deliver an assortment of electric bikes. To quote the story that is in italian but your browser could translate it if you want is the following: The " Moto Student " project is included in the "UniBo Motorsport" program. The Racing Team of the University of Bologna has created a prototype of electric racing bikes (in the gallery photos), entirely designed and built by a group of Engineering students of the University of Bologna, supported by the Ducati Foundation and also followed by technicians of the motor home of Borgo Panigale. The bike made its debut on the Spanish circuit of Aragon (October 2018), winning an exciting podium at its first exit, with the best result in the acceleration test: 0-100 km / h in 3 "85. http://www.corsedimoto.com/gallery/claudio-domenicali-presto-una-ducati-elettrica/?refresh_ce-cp Bike makers from the Asian rim to some in Europe have announced 10 year plans for electric bikes, but with the recent announcement by Harley Davidson with their Livewire bike going into production, it seems it pushed Ducati to step up their own time line and make the announcement that we will see e-Ducati very soon as the company gets ready to make a major announcement on this, this year. What it will look like or be like is the mystery for now and will the company opt for a performance focused speed bike, sport bike or tackle the trails like many start ups in California have chosen to do is an additional mystery. What we do know is that Ducati is gaining traction in the new e-Bike sport of racing and does have both street and trail bikes in concept form. Student rendering above to working concept below.
Italian VOLT founders Nicola Colombo and Valerio Fumagalli rode over 7,600 miles from Changhai to Milan and decided they could make a better electric bike. One that had serious Italian flare, style and WOW factor. Wow factor comes from the powertrain that packs a punch: Battery is a 15.1 kWh good for 125 miles of range Motor produces 94 hp and 153 lb-ft of torque 0 to 62 mph is blistering 4.6 seconds Top is 112 mph Cost is a Chevy Volt style of $38,000 but includes your customization and pre-orders are being accepted at $250 down. Deliveries will commence next year in the beginning of 2019. If your into Italian Flare, this bike might be for you. Italian Volt web site