Ducati posts record delivery results for the first quarter of 2023
The Multistrada V4 in all its versions is still the most successful motorcycle in the Ducati range with 2.668 models delivered worldwide over the first three months of 2023.
Bologna-based motorcycle manufacturer Ducati has set a new record in the first quarter of 2023, with deliveries of 14.725 motorcycles, all over the world marking a 9 percent increase compared to the same period of 2022.
Claudio Domenicali, Ducati CEO: "After closing our best year ever in 2022, we began 2023 with strong results that confirm a company strategy that is paying off with a great outcome.
Italy is in the first position with 2.717 motorcycles delivered and a growth of 7 percent compared to last year’s period. The United States, which is the second-largest market for Ducati, increased deliveries by 21 percent in the first quarter of 2023 with 1.677 bikes. Germany, in third position, also gained a growth of 21 percent compared to the same period of 2022 with 1.666 motorcycles delivered.
The Multistrada V4 in all its versions is still the most successful motorcycle in the Ducati range with 2.668 models delivered worldwide over the first three months of 2023, followed by Monster with 2.005 motorcycles. The third most appreciated model is the DesertX with 1.442 deliveries, which confirms the strategy of the brand to enlarge its product range and enter a new segment.
In 2023 the Bologna-based manufacturer plans to open 55 new dealers, the press release stated.
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