Italian motorcycle manufacturer Ducati has yet again introduced more electric bicycles to its quickly expanding line-up. This comes barely a few weeks after revealing more information on e-Scrambler urban bike launched at $4200. The latest Ducati-branded offerings to join the company’s urban mobility range come in the form of three new foldable e-bikes. First up is the Urban-E – the most stylish e-bike of the trio which was designed with the help of famous Italian design company ItalDesign Giugiaro. The e-bike is equipped with integrated LED headlights, LCD display integrated into the handlebar, suspension fork, and 20” x 4” thick tires with puncture-resistant Kevlar thread. Powering the bike is a 378Wh battery that is integrated into the arched shaped frame made of aluminum that can be folded in easy steps.
Next is the SCR-E folding bike that is fitted with fat tires and is a part of the brand’s Scrambler range. The addition of suspension fork and large 20″x4″ fat tires makes it perfect for those looking to hit trails and sand along with usual urban riding. The rear rack is an optional extra. The bike’s 375Wh battery is also located in the aluminum frame and gives it a range of 43 miles on a single charge. The Ducati SCR-E Sport adds rear suspension to the package and gets road-oriented tires and alloy wheels instead of spoke wheels found on the SCR-E. It also gets a bigger 470Wh battery that gives it 50 miles of range. That’s all the information we have as of yet. The SCR-E and SCR-E Sport will hit the market this summer, while the Urban-E is slated for release in October; there is no word on the pricing.