Ducati India offers a total of 21 bikes. These consist of 2 Ducati upcoming bikes and 19 new Ducati bikes in India.. The list of Ducati bike models in the country comprises 2 cruiser bikes, 13 sports bikes, 4 off road bikes. Some of the popular Ducati bikes in India include Ducati Panigale V4, Ducati SuperSport, Ducati 1299 Panigale, Ducati Monster 821, Ducati Diavel. As of February 2019, Ducati has a total of 9 dealerships spread across 8 cities in India.Check Ducati price in India and also know Ducati on road price, read Ducati bike reviews, watch videos, compare Ducati bikes online with bikes from other manufacturers and get news alerts from CarAndBike.com
Ducati was founded in 1926 by Antonio Cavelieri Ducati and his three sons Adiriano, Marcello and Bruno Cavalieri. A globally renowned name in the motoring world, Ducati is known for designing and manufacturing motorcycles. Currently owned by Audi, Ducati’s traces of origin date back to early 1940s when it made its first motorcycle Cucciolo. In 1952 the company switched to producing larger bikes and rolled out a four-stroke motor scooter, Cruiser. The actual recognition came in 1960s when the company came up with Mach 1,a 250cc bike, claimed to be the fastest motorcycle at that time. In 1970s, Ducati commenced production of large displacement V-twin bikes and introduced a V-Twin model in 1973. 1980s marked the introduction of Ducati’s Desmoquattro engine and Paso model followed by the Monster and the very successful 916 models in 1993. In early 2000s, Ducati re-joined MotoGP and clinched the World Championship title subsequently. Ducati entered Indian market in 2008 and currently offers some of the popular models including Hyperstrada, Monster, Multistrada, Scrambler, Hypermotard, Panigale, Monster and Diavel.