Ducati India's second BSVI launch is the Scrambler 1100 Pro
Ducati India's first BSVI launch was the Panigale V2 that arrived in the country last month, priced at Rs 16.99 lakh, ex-showroom. And now the Italian motorcycle manufacturer has started teasing its next launch on its social media platforms, which we believe is the Scrabmler 1100 Pro. Positioned above the standard Scrambler 1100, the Pro versions pack in more equipment. Ducati dealerships in India are yet to officially commence bookings for the same. Powering the Scrambler Pro is the BSVI compliant air-cooled L-twin 1,079cc that puts out 83.5PS at 7,250rpm and generates 91Nm of torque at 4,750 rpm, mated to a six-speed gearbox.
In terms of visuals, the Ducati Scrambler 1100 PRO features new two-tone Ocean Drive shade, paired with a steel Trellis frame and a rear aluminium subframe, both black. The motorcycle features a new right-side dual tailpipe and low-slung plate holder that offer distinctive rear-end styling and, together with the new livery, give the Scrambler 1100 Pro a compact look. The framed headlight is inspired by the protective adhesive tape used back in the '70s, a black metal "X" has been incorporated inside the headlight
The more premium Scrambler 1100 Pro Sport comes with Ohlins suspension, low-slung handlebars and Café Racer rear-view mirrors. It also features a Matt Black colour scheme, complemented by side panels sporting a painted 1100 logo. In terms of safety, the Scrambler 1100 Pro twins are equipped with Ducati Traction Control (DTC), regulated specifically for these models, and ABS Cornering along with the three standard riding modes (Active, Journey and City).
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