Record-breaking Q1 2022 for Ducati – 13,450 units delivered!

Ducati ends Q1 2022 on a high after charting record-breaking deliveries of 13,450 units, Multistrada V4 leads the charge here.

  • Ducati charts record-breaking Q1 2022 global sales figures with 13,450 units delivered.

  • Multistrada V4 leads the charge with 2,564 units delivered between January – March.

  • Notable sales growths also noted in both the UK and France – 46% and 28% respectively.

  • Growth expected to continue with introduction of Streetfighter V2 and Desert X.

Italian motorcycling powerhouse Ducati concluded Q1 2022 on a record-breaking note. In its recent company business statement, the Bologna-based marque revealed that it delivered a total of 13,450 units in said quarter (January – March), marking a 5% rise from the same period in 2021.

Leading the charge for Ducati here is its new flagship dual-sport offering the Multistrada V4 with a total of 2,564 units delivered in Q1. Second that is the brand’s signature and staple Monster naked bike offering, which saw 1,868 units delivered.

Contributing a sizeable portion to this figure too is the Scrambler sub-brand. More specifically, it’s the Scrambler Icon variant and it’s delivery figure from this quarter – 1,557 units in total.

As for specific market performances, Ducati’s home market of Italy still stands as its largest, whereby a total of 2,544 units were delivered during Q1 2022 – marking an 8% Year-on-Year increase in the process.

Abroad, Ducati marked a sharp 46% improvement (Year-on-Year) from the UK market where it delivered a total of 860 units between January to March. Figures across the channel in France are too shabby either, with 1,153 units delivered to mark a 28% Year-on-Year rise too.

Looking ahead, Ducati expects this growth to continue throughout the year, likely fuelled by the introduction of new models such as the Streetfighter V2 and Desert X. aims to bring you the latest motorcycle news reviews videos and entertainment for everything related to motorcycles from around the world.

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