Ducati debuts 2020 lineup featuring new motorcycles, versions, and e-bikes

As motorcycle enthusiasts count down the days until EICMA 2019, Ducati once again raised the bar for style, performance, and tech with the unveiling of its 2020 lineup.

Ducati World Première 2020, the finale of the brand’s Global Dealer Conference, revealed three all-new motorcycles, five new versions, and three new e-bikes. Ducati CEO Claudio Domenicali presented the announcement, which was streamed online for fans across the world.

Learn more about the additions to Ducati’s 2020 Lineup:

New Ducati Models

  • Streetfighter V4 / S

The Streetfighter V4 sports an eye-catching, super-naked design that resembles a stripped Panigale V4 with tall, wide handlebars. The model’s “Fight Formula” combines top-of-the-line performance with practicality, comfort, and everyday fun. According to several motorcycle news sources, the Streetfighter V4 could be in the running for “best looking bike of EICMA 2019.”

  • Panigale V2

The Panigale V2 is a middle-weight superbike with a clean, sporty look. The single-sided swingarm and tailpipe combined with an under-engine silencer create a compact profile. The V2 maintains impressive sports performance while offering improved safety and comfort for a more enjoyable riding experience.

  • Panigale V4 / S

After analyzing data and feedback from dedicated riders and professionals, Ducati revamped the world’s best-selling sports bike. The all-new Panigale V4 is designed to be a more user-friendly and less tiring ride without sacrificing the speed and performance riders have come to expect.

In addition to the all-new motorcycles, Ducati unveiled new versions and colors for its existing models, including:

  • Scrambler Icon Dark
  • Diavel 1260 “Dark Stealth”
  • Diavel 1260 S “Ducati Red”
  • Monster 1200 “Black on Black”
  • Multistrada 1260 S Grand Tour

Following the success of the MIG-RR, Ducati also announced three new e-bikes for the 2020 lineup:

  • Ducati MIG-RR Limited Edition (only 50 will be produced)
  • Ducati MIG-S
  • E-Scrambler

Which part of Ducati’s 2020 lineup are you most excited for? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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