Ducati adds two new bikes to the Scrambler family, namely thethe Ducati Scrambler 1100 Tribute Pro and the Ducati Scrambler Urban Motard. The first was created to pay homage to the history of the air-cooled twin-cylinder engine, fifty years after its first introduction on an Italian brand model.The new Ducati Scrambler Urban Motard is a model with a contemporary look, designed for younger fans of “Land of Joy” and for all those looking for an easy, fun and sporty bike.
The new Scrambler 1100 Tribute Pro is inspired by several iconic elements of the ’70s, primarily the special livery “Ocra yellow”. We also find the Ducati logo of the time designed by Giugiaro, the black spoked wheels, the round mirrors and the brown saddle with visible stitching. Apart from the special livery, the bike has the same characteristics as the Scrambler 1100 Pro family already in the price list, namely the Scrambler 1100 Dark Pro and Scrambler 1100 Sport Pro models. 1,079 cm3, which delivers an output of 86 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and a torque of 9.2 kgm at 4,750 rpm, as well as the three driving modes, each associated with different power modes and various levels of traction control (DTC).
New Ducati Scrambler, A2 versions also available
The second new addition to the Scrambler range is the Scrambler Urban Motard, which completes the 800 range for 2022 along with the Scrambler Icon, Scrambler Icon Dark, Scrambler Nightshift and Scrambler Desert Sled models.
For the occasion, the new livery combines in a new way the white Star White and the red Ducati GP ’19 with graphics inspired by the world of street art and graffiti. The Scrambler Urban Motard is powered by the 803 cc L-twin with desmodromic distribution, which delivers 73 horsepower at 8,250 rpm and a torque of 6.7 kgm at 5,750 rpm.. We also find on this version 17 ″ spoked wheels, the front fender in a high position, the flat saddle and the plates that integrate perfectly with the overall design of the Scrambler range of the Borgo Panigale brand.
All Scrambler 2022 models will also be equipped cornering ABS and a USB socket under the saddle, and will be compatible with the Ducati Multimedia System (DMS), which allows you to connect a smartphone to the bike via Bluetooth. The two new models in the Scrambler range will also be available in the A2 version and will arrive in the brand’s dealerships starting from the beginning of December 2021 at a price of € 11,590 for the Scrambler Urban Motard and € 13,990 for the Scrambler Tribute Pro.