Ducati launches Urban e-Mobility scooter and bike range in UK

16 May 2022

Italian motorbike manufacturer Ducati has launched its Urban Mobility arm in the UK, which offers a range of e-bikes and e-scooters. 

Developed in partnership with Italian e-mobility specialists Platum, Ducati Urban Mobility offers four electric scooters, a specialist off-road e-scooter and a folding e-bike.

The launch in the UK comes after the government announced plans to legalise private e-scooters by creating a low-emission vehicle category to allow riders to use the devices on public roads. 

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At present, e-scooters are still only legal to ride on private land. 

Ducati recently expanded its e-bike offering with the Futa, a new ultra-light electric race bike. 

The firm says its standout products include the Ducati’s latest e-scooter, the Pro III which starts from £799. It has a range of 30 miles and a peak power output of 515W. The Pro III comes with anti-puncture tubeless tyres and a lightweight magnesium frame. 

Ducati’s Scrambler Cross-E e-scooter is designed for off-road riding and features bigger 11.5 inch puncture-proof tyres and has a range of 24 miles. 

All products have Bluetooth smartphone connectivity through the Ducati Urban e-mobility App, which allows riders to track functions and performance of their device in real time. 

Launched earlier this year, Ducati’s first folding e-bikes, the MG20 features a 250W battery, offering a top speed of 15 mph and a range of up to 30 miles. The MG20 is a lightweight machine weighing in at 20kg and starts from £1699. 

All products are available now through official Ducati partners across the UK, which includes Moov Electric.


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