Ducati has officially revealed its two new Scrambler variants, the 1100 Pro and Sport Pro, which will be positioned at the top of the Scrambler 1100 range.
Pricing for the local market has yet to be confirmed, however, INFO MOTO estimates that the new grades will hit showrooms in Q2 from between $21-25,000.
For perspective, Ducati Australia currently offers three Scrambler 1100 variants starting at $16,990, and topping out at $19,990 for the 1100 Sport.
The Pro and Sport Pro build on the current line-up, carrying over the 1079cc L-twin motor borrowed from the previous Monster naked bike, which in this case is tuned to produce 63kW and 88Nm.
New is a two-tone colour scheme, a right-side dual tailpipe, low-slung license plate holder, and a new headlight design which features an ‘X’ in its centre as a nod to the protective tape used on old racebikes.
Meanwhile, the Sport Pro gains full Ohlins suspension, low handlebars with bar-end mirrors, a matte-black colour scheme and a painted 1100 logo on the tank.
Both grades also benefit from a strong electronics suite as standard, with Ducati Traction Control (DCT), three riding modes and lean-angle-sensitive cornering ABS.
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