Ducati has taken the issue of electric micro-mobility really seriously. After presenting the folding e-bikes and electric scooters for urban mobility, the Italian company now presents three new models of folding electric bicycles with pedal assistance.
Designed for those who want to move around the city with ease, the three e-bike models are Urban-E – being marketed under the straight-up Ducati brand name, SCR-E and SCR-E Sport – marketed under the Ducati Scrambler brand name.
For the first, the designers of Ducati collaborated with Italdesign, with personalized components and a style very typical of the brand. The Urban-E is simple and functional to the extreme. The fork, thick 20 “x 4” tires with Kevlar anti-puncture technology mounted on double-walled aluminum wheels, and the rear fender ensures maximum driving comfort, even on the most uneven surfaces.
The Urban-E can do up to 70 km (43 miles) thanks to its 378Wh battery integrated into the aluminum frame. It is equipped with a Shimano 7-speed transmission, and it has an LCD display on the handlebar with an odometer, battery charge indicator, and indicator light on.
The SCR-E has wide 20″ x 4″ wheels, and the battery is 374.4 Wh, which allows it to cover up to 70 km (43 miles). The frame is made of aluminum and features a deluxe handlebar with easy folding technology through quick and easy vehicle locking. The rear lights are integrated into the seat post to maintain a clean and attractive aesthetic line. The LCD display is of the latest generation and features a twilight sensor for automatic switching on of the lights and detection of the external temperature.
The SCR-E Sport, the sportiest evolution of the SCR-E model, is a full suspension folding e-bike with double shock absorber – front fork and rear spring shock absorber integrated into the frame. The single-shoulder alloy wheels and road tires give the model a refined and sporty appearance. The 468 Wh enhanced battery is fully integrated into the chassis and can travel up to 80 km (50 miles).
The two folding e-bike models dedicated to the Scrambler world have been available on the market since July. They’re available at Ducati dealers and via Italian company MT Distribution. And the Ducati branded e-bike can be purchased starting from September.