Renowned motorcycle manufacturer Ducati, Italy, has unveiled three electric folding SUV models: the Urban-E, SCR-E and SCR-E Sport. The novelties were developed by specialists of the company's branch - Centro Stile Ducati.
The most stylish model - Urban-E was designed with the participation of the renowned design group Italdesign Giugiaro. The urban model features integrated front and rear LED lighting, an LCD in the steering column, and 20 "x 4" bulky tires with Kevlar puncture protection. In addition, the e-bike is equipped with a lithium battery located in the curved section of the top tube where the motorcycle's fuel tank is usually located.
Ducati Scrambler SCR-E
The SCR-E is equipped with the same tires and fork as well as an LED taillight integrated into the seatpost, which is automatically activated by a light sensor. According to the company, one charge of the built-in battery with a capacity of 374, 4 Wh is enough for 76 km of run in the "pedal + engine" mode.
The SCR-E Sport is an improved version of the SCR-E with an upgraded frame with an additional shock-absorbing spring, light alloy discs and a more "capacious" 468 Wh battery, increasing the range to 80 km.
All models easily fold into the car trunk and fit in the elevator. Prices for e-bikes are still unknown, but considering Ducati's premium brand, they are unlikely to be available to everyone.
Ducati Scrambler SCR-E Sport