Taking over as the sole supplier of racing bikes in the MotoE World Cup, Ducati has released details on the V21L prototype ahead of the 2023 season. The V21L uses an aluminum monocoque frame and swingarm, with a carbon fiber battery case that acts as a stressed chassis member. An 800v electric motor and 18kWh battery combine for 150 hp and 103 lb-ft of torque, enough to push the bike to a 171 MPH top speed. Ohlins provides the fork, rear shock, and steering damper, while Brembo brings everything to a stop with its race-spec brakes. The carbon fiber-clad bike weighs in at 496 pounds, with nearly half of that coming from the battery pack.