Ducati introduced the all-new Panigale V2 in India this August, and now it is all set up to launch the new Scrambler 1100 Pro BS6 on 22nd September.
This is not the first launch of the Scrambler 1100 Pro, this bike has made its global debut earlier this January and the model launching in India is just the upgrade. It is all set to set its foot on the Indian shores. The big news about this bike is that it will be the only second BS6 compliant model of Ducati in India.
For those who are unaware of the new Scrambler 1100 Pro coming in India, it is basically an updated version of the outgoing Scrambler 1100. It has got the new graphics along with subtle design changes here and there. If we talk about the exteriors, the new Scrambler 1100 Pro received a new dual-tone colour scheme known as ‘Ocean Drive’.
Ducati lovers are going to love this bike when it hits the Indian roads.
What Are The Features of Ducati Scrambler 1100 Pro?
Ducati has established itself as one of the best-known and successful motorcycle brands in the industry. And they have again done a job well-done with the Scrambler 1100 Pro. Here are some of its features:
Headlamps & Accessories
- round full-LED headlamp
- asymmetrically mounted instrument cluster
- a fresh livery
- dual tail-pipe on the right
- a new number plate holder
- retro touch is highlighted with a black metal ‘X’ over its headlamp
- Dual-tone colour scheme
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Engine & Power
The bike is equipped with an updated BS6-compliant, 1079 CC, L-twin petrol engine delivering 83.5 PS power at 7250 RPM and maximum torque of 90.5 Nm at 4750 RPM.
Talking about the transmission, the engine will deliver its power through a 6-speed gearbox.
The key electronics highlights include:
- Traction control,
- Three riding modes with ABS: Active, City and Journey
The Scrambler 1100 Pro will be equipped with Marzocchi front forks on the front wheel and a Kayaba monoshock at the back. The bike may also have a Sport Pro on the list that will feature a new matte black colour scheme, lower handlebar with cafe racer style bar-end mirrors, and an Ohlins suspension.
So, How Much Will It Cost?
We can expect the new Scrambler 1100 Pro to come out with a price tag of around ₹10.5 lakh or above.