Ducati Motorcycles in India

Ducati bike price range starts from Rs. 7,99,000 and goes up to Rs. 17,48,825. The brand offers 4 two-wheeler models in the country with some of the most popular bikes being Ducati Panigale V2, Ducati Scrambler Icon and Ducati Scrambler 1100. The upcoming bikes from the brand include Panigale V4 S, Panigale V4 and Panigale V4 R. The most expensive Ducati bike is the Panigale V2. Ducati was founded in the year 1926, and it has been producing sports motorcycles since 1946. Ducati motorcycles are equipped with performance engines with Desmodromic valve actuation, avant-garde technology and innovative design. The brand covers different market segments, and its range of motorcycles is divided into model families like Hypermotard, Diavel, Monster, Multistrada, Streetfighter, Scrambler and Superbike. These motorcycles which are “made in Italy”, along with an extensive range of associated accessories, are distributed in over 80 countries around the world, especially in the European, North American and Asia-Pacific markets. In addition to the Bologna factory, which is in the Borgo Panigale area, Ducati also has a plant in Thailand, which opened in the year 2011 and assembles motorcycles for the Asian market, and a Brazil plant that opened in 2012, which assembles motorcycles for South America. Ducati competes in the World Superbike, as well as, the MotoGP World Championships. In Superbike, the brand has won 17 Manufacturers' titles, as well as, 14 Riders' titles. Also, in the year 201, Ducati achieved the milestone of 300 race victories. Ducati participates in MotoGP since 2003 and has won the Manufacturers' and Riders' titles in 2007. The motorbike company first entered India in 2008 when it signed a partnership agreement with the importer of luxury automobiles Precision Motors India Pvt. Ltd. This deal between them was for the supply of bikes in India, which is one of the biggest two-wheeler markets. In 2013, it ended its partnership with Precision. Ducati came to India again in 2015 as an independent brand. The brand has been expanding its dealership and service network motorcycle since then.