Ducati sold close to 60,000 bikes in 2021

By sep, 23 March 2022

59,447 Ducati bikes were delivered, 24% more compared to 2020

Ducati had one heck of a financial year for 2021 after officially reporting that they successfully delivered close to 60,000 bikes around the world (59,447 units to be exact). In comparison, 2021 saw an increase of 24% compared to 2020, and 12% more compared to 2019. Judging by these figures, we are truly in the post-COVID era folks.

Apart from the Italian brand's very positive sales performance, Ducati also reported a whopping €878 million in turnover and €61 million in operating profit. Thanks to these performances, Ducati will be looking into a huge investment in new product development as well as innovation, all self-financed.

According to Claudio Domenicali, CEO of Ducati, "We come from an already particularly complex year, during which, like all players in the production industry, we have faced difficulties related to the ongoing supply crisis. However, thanks to great flexibility and constant dialogue with our partners and the trade union, at Ducati we were able to satisfy a record number of passionate customers, while also achieving excellent numbers on financial performance."

"These achievements are the outcome of a team effort that has involved every single employee working at Ducati in Borgo Panigale, in the subsidiaries and in the dealerships all over the world, as well as a select group of high-quality suppliers. I want to thank all of them for their passion and commitment, as well as all the Ducatisti who have put their trust in us by choosing our bikes," added Domenicali.

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