Ducati may release two more new ScramblerAugust 20, 2019
Judging by the documents of the EPA (American Environmental Association), the line of eight scramblers will replenish with two more – 1100 Pro and 1100 Sport Pro.
Ducati Scrambler motorcycles first appeared in 2014 and have since been considered the brand’s most successful range. It includes the Icon, Cafe Racer, Deled Sled, Full Throttle, Sixty2, 1100, 1100 Special and 1100 Sport models. The company has sold over 55,000 units worldwide and is not going to stop there. If nothing changes, the new items will be shown at the Ducati World Première 2020 event.
Recall that now Ducati is preparing to release Panigale V2, Streetfighter V4 and Multistrada V4. And two scramblers will expand the range of new products this year. However, many fans of the brand are wondering: why?
The Bologna brand already offers the Performance-oriented Scrambler 1100 Sport. Equipped with Ohlins suspension and traction control, the model is a high-tech alternative to the standard range of scramblers. EPA documents say the new models have the same 1,079cc air-cooled engine with 86 hp. It’s hard to say how they will differ.
Some have suggested that the “Pro” prefix hints at a higher suspension configuration. Be that as it may, you will have to wait on October 23 to find out any details or confirmations.
- GM is set to become the premier electric vehicle manufacturer. Yes again
- Tesla FSD autopilot promises to be finalized by the end of 2020
- Drag racing: Hyundai Palisade 2020 vs. Buick Grand National 1987
- Overfinch celebrates 5th anniversary with Range Rover Sandringham
- Ken Block’s Ford Focus RS RX sold for a whopping sum