Ducati presented its model line in early 2020 by introducing Scrambler 1100 Pro and Scrambler 1100 Sport Pro. Each type brings a different character, which is contained in the design appearance and color nuances of the neo-vintage style body.
For the Ducati Scrambler 1100, the color shades used are Ocean Drive themed blends applied to the black steel frame. There are X mark accents on the headlamps, giving the impression of a retro-like a 1970s era motorcycle model.
There is also a low position number plate holder on the rear fender. While there is a new dual exhaust circuit attached to the side. Gas tank with a capacity of 15 liters, also equipped with a new seat model that provides comfort for long-distance riding. Twin exhaust design also pinned on the right and rear fender shape that is neater.
Ducati also complements the motorbike with the Ducati Traction Control feature developed specifically for Scrambler 1100 Pro and Sport Pro. There are also ABS cornering features and three riding mode options, Active, City and Journey.
Ducati Scrambler 1100 Sport Pro displays more masculine details. Especially for the highest option of Ducati Scrambler 1100 Sport Pro which comes in the dominant color of Black Matte. The side-style cafe racer motorbike, combined with the lower handlebar, is equipped with a black side panel accent scheme. The Sport Pro model also gets an Ohlins-branded suspension device.
The series of engines that are carried by the Ducati Scrambler 1100 line is the Desmodue 1,079 cc L-Twin air-cooled, which is said to have adjusted to Euro 5 emission standards. The power of this engine reaches 86 hp with a peak torque of 88 Nm at 4,750 rpm engine speed.
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 Pro and Sport Pro have a wheelbase of 1,514 mm, weighing around 206 kg. While the seat height reaches 810 mm from the ground, with a maximum setting up to 1,330 mm. The panel meter that shows driving information is on the LCD screen.
Reportedly both of the new Ducati motorbikes will begin to be available in many countries at the end of March 2020. Through this product, Ducati expects to repeat the success of the previous Scramble 1100 model which received a good reception from lovers of classic retro motorcycles.