2021 was a record sales year for Ducati with the Bologna brand selling over 59,000 motorcycles worldwide.
Ducati achieved a new benchmark for motorcycles sales with a record year in 2021. Last year ended with Ducati selling 59,447 motorcycles globally. This marks an increase in sales of 24% compared to 2020 and 12% over 2019.
The United States was Ducati’s highest selling market, followed by Italy. The U.S. had an increase of 32% in sales over 2020 with 9,007 motorcycles. Italy moved 8,707 units for an increase of 23% in sales over 2020.
The big seller was the new Multistrada V4 with 9,957 bikes sold worldwide. The Ducati Scrambler 800 followed with 9,059 units and the Ducati Monster topped out at 8,734 bikes.
“2021 was a magical year for Ducati. We delivered over 59,000 motorcycles, a number never achieved before in 95 years of the company’s history. We also won the title of MotoGP Constructors’ World Champion for the second consecutive year, and we started the electric era of our company with the V21L prototype, which foresees the bike that will race in the MotoE championship from 2023…
“The core values of the brand – Style, Sophistication, Performance and Trust – are more current than ever. Future growth will take place in compliance with these values, offering our enthusiastic customers products that are increasingly representative with a unique mix of beauty, technology and distinctiveness, such as the best of Made in Italy.” – Claudio Domenicali, Ducati CEO.