The Ducati Scrambler has just been revealed, with the Italian company claiming it’s “more than just a new bike: it’s a whole new world”.
The bike features front and rear LED lighting (with a traditional bulb for main-beam), and has LCD instruments in a single, round housing. The bike is being backed up with a range of “personalisation and lifestyle” options, and is said to be a contemporary take on the iconic bike built by Ducati in the 1970s.
The Icon version, in ‘Icon62 Yellow’ and ‘Ducati Red’ paint options, is joined by three others – Urban Enduro, Full Throttle and Classic – each offering its own style and performance-related interpretation of the Scrambler spirit. The Urban Enduro, with its “Wild Green” paintjob, is for enduro style enthusiasts and ready to switch from city streets to country backroads in an instant. The Full Throttle is for riders enthralled by the flat-track racing world who have a penchant for pushing things to the limit. And the Classic is for devotees to details and a 1970s look who want the uncompromising riding pleasure and comfort of a modern-day bike.