Ducati has unveiled its all-electric MotoE prototype, which will serve as a rolling R&D lab with technologies that will eventually be used in its future motorcycles. Weighing 496 lbs, the MotoE produces a total of 150 hp and 103 lb-ft of torque, allowing it to reach speeds of up to 171 mph. A big chunk of that weight comes from the 242.5 lb battery, which has a capacity of 18kWh and can charge from 0-80% in 45 minutes. The bike also features an Öhlins NPX 25/30 pressurized fork with 43mm diameter upside-down front tubes, an Öhlins TTX36 shock absorber at the rear, and an adjustable Öhlins steering damper unit.
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