Ducati is reported as producing 24,157 motorcycles in the first half of 2020 (down from 34,759 for the first half of 2019, -30.5%), with parent company Audi estimating the global 500 cc+ market being down by -14.7% in the first half year.
In production terms, Ducati made 4,706 Scramblers (6,277 in the first half of 2019), 8,731 Diavel, Monster and Streetfighter (10,050), 5,321 Hypermotard and Multistrada (11,879), and 5,399 Supersport and Panigale models (6,553 in the first half of 2019).
Of those, 19,620 were produced at the Ducati headquarters at Bologna (30,159 in the first half of 2019), 4,011 at its Amphur Pluakdaeng site in Thailand and a further 526 on a contract manufacturing basis at Manaus, Brazil.
|The 2020 Ducati V4 Streetfighter|
Deliveries to customers totalled 24,032 units in total (31,722 in the first half of 2019). The largest group of those were the 7,409 Diavel, Monster and Multistrada models shipped (compared to 8,042 units in the first six months of 2019), followed by 6,496 Hypermotard and Multistrada models (10,501); 5,397 Supersport and Panigale (6,213) and 4,730 Scramblers (compared to 6,966 for the same period of 2019).