The Scrambler Pro 1100 range gets subtle styling updates along with new colour schemes.
The naked bike category must be doing gangbuster business because Ducati has just nearly doubled its Scrambler 1100 range. The Scrambler had its first debut in 2014. Now, Ducati has unveiled the new Scrambler 1100 Pro and the Scrambler 1100 Sport Pro. The Scrambler Pro 1100 range gets subtle styling updates along with new colour schemes as well.
The Ducati Scrambler Pro gets a new two-tone colour scheme along with a new number plate holder which is lower now. The Scrambler Sport Pro gets the same styling updates like that of the regular Scrambler 1100 Pro and in addition, it also gets Ohlins suspension, a low-slung handlebar with café racer style bar end mirrors.
Both Scrambler 1100 Pro models get traction control and cornering ABS. The motorcycles also get a black metal ‘X’ on the headlamp, meant to represent the black tape used to protect the headlights back in the 70s for a little retro touch.
The engine specifications on Scrambler 1100 models remain the same, which is 86 BHP at 7500 RPM and 88 Nm at 4750 RPM of torque. The air-cooled, V-twin engine now gets a revised exhaust which makes the motorcycles Euro 5 (BS6) compliant.
The new Scrambler 1100 Pro models will be launched internationally in a couple of months and may arrive in India a few months later.
2020 Ducati Scrambler 1100 Pro Range
– Ducati unveils Scrambler 1100 Pro and Sport Pro
– The motorcycles get cosmetic changes
– Power figures for both the bikes remain the same