2022 Ducati Scrambler 1100 Tribute PRO & Scrambler 800 Urban Motard: Photo Gallery
Here’s us taking a look at the two special new Scramblers unveiled at the Ducati World Premiere
Ducati Scrambler 800 Urban Motard
This is the new ‘youthful’ Scrambler in Ducati’s lineup.
Ducati has used a quirky red/white paint scheme with graffiti-like graphics on the fuel tank.
Other design elements include a high-set front mudguard, a textured flat seat, and a side number plate mount for people looking to personalise their bikes.
The Scrambler 800 Urban Motard rolls on 17-inch spoke wheels wrapped in Pirelli Rosso III rubber, which should give it sportier riding dynamics than its siblings.
Underneath, the Scrambler Urban Motard employs the same 803cc twin-cylinder motor as the Scrambler Icon. It puts out 73PS and 66Nm.
The bike features all-LED illumination, cornering ABS, and riding modes -- all accessible via an LCD instrument cluster.
- Ampere Magnus EX Launched At Rs 68,999
- 2022 KTM RC 200: Likes And Dislikes
- 2021 Ducati Monster: Likes & Dislikes
Ducati Scrambler 1100 Tribute PRO
2021 marks 50 years of the first-ever Ducati Scrambler model, and the Scrambler 1100 Tribute PRO pays homage to it with the special yellow livery.
The bright yellow paint is well complemented by old-school Ducati graphics on the tank.
You also get 18/17-inch (F/R) black spoke wheels, which not only enhance the bike’s old-school charm but also make it more suitable for off-roading.
There’s a flat, tan-brown ribbed seat and circular mirrors. The latter doesn’t feel too premium, though.
Apart from the livery, all mechanicals come from the standard Scrambler 1100. Be it the 1079cc twin-cylinder, air-cooled engine putting out 86PS and 88Nm or the USD fork and monoshock -- everything remains unchanged.
You get the same features as the smaller Scrambler Urban Motard.
Both bikes are expected to make their way to India sometime next year. Expect them to carry a premium over the entry-level Scramblers.