With bike sales increasing by nearly 30% over the course of the last five years, Ducati has been experiencing a nice growth pattern. With the introduction of the new Panigale V4, this trend ought to continue into 2018 and beyond.
March 15, 2018 – Ducati closes 2017 with convincing results, prolonging the trend of constant growth that has characterised the Bologna-based motorcycle manufacturer’s last eight years. 55,871 motorcycles were delivered to customers all over the world (+0.8% vs. 2016), despite the global market for motorcycles bigger than 500 cc actually shrinking by 3.5%. By the end of 2017 turnover had reached € 736 million, representing another step forward in a growth trend that has seen sales increase by nearly 30% over the last five years. The operating result was € 51 million (2016: € 51 million) with an operating margin of 7%.
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