The brand’s history
Ducati was founded in 1926 by the Ducati brothers, Adriano, Bruno, and Marcello Ducati, in Bologna, Italy. Initially, the company was focused on producing electronic components and radio equipment. However, after World War II, Ducati turned its attention to manufacturing motorcycles.
Change is the new start
The company began to change ownerships and eventually became a part of the Volkswagen Group, and in 2012, Audi, a subsidiary of Volkswagen, acquired Ducati. This paved the way for more opportunities and collaborations with other artists, such as renowned designers like Pierre Terblanche and Giandrea Fabbro, which have helped Ducati to create visually appealing and aerodynamic motorcycles.