The battery pack weighs 110 kg and offers a capacity of 18 kWh with a 20-kW charging socket integrated into the tail. Inside there are 1,152 cylindrical cells of the “21700” type.
Power: 110 kW / 150 cv.
Torque: 140 Nm.
Max rotation speed: 18.000 rpm.
Weight: 21 kg.
Efficiency: up to 99%.
Weight: 5 kg.
The prototype components are cooled by a particularly sophisticated and efficient liquid system with a double circuit designed to meet the different thermal needs of the battery pack and the motor/inverter unit.
Aluminium monocoque Front Frame for the front area weighing 3.7 kg.
Front: Öhlins NPX 25/30 pressurized fork with 43 mm diameter
Rear: Öhlins TTX36 shock absorber
The steering damper is an adjustable Öhlins
unitweighing 3.7 kg.
Brembo: at the front, it consists of a steel double disc with a diameter of 338.5 mm of increased thickness currently being selected between 6.8 and 7.4 mm, which has fins on the inner diameter in order to increase the heat exchange surface and improve disc cooling under extreme track use. Two GP4RR M4 32/36 calipers with a PR19/18 radial master cylinder operate on this double disc. At the rear, the P34 caliper operates a 220 mm diameter, 5 mm thick single disc unit with a PS13 master cylinder.
The Electronic controls developed by Ducati Corse such as Ducati Traction Control, Ducati Slide Control, Ducati Wheelie Control and throttle/engine brake maps are indistinguishable from that of the racing bikes that Ducati riders are used to.
Maximum recorded speed:
275 km/h, recorded at Mugello Circuit.