Ducati offers yet another variant to extends its Scrambler 1100 line, the Dark Pro. The Dark Pro combines features of both classic Scramblers and the 1100 Pro.
Now serving as the new entry-level 1100 model, the Dark Pro comes with round mirrors and a matte black and silver livery. Like its stablemates, it's built around a steel Trellis frame and rear aluminum subframe. A new right-side dual tailpipe and low-slung plate holder provide it with distinctive rear-end styling.
Another hallmark is the framed headlight. A black metal “X” has been incorporated inside the headlight; inspired by the protective adhesive tape used back in the ‘70s.
It’s powered by a 1,079cc Desmodromic L-twin paired with a 15-liter tank for greater range. It’s fitted with a USD front fork, Kayaba rear monoshock, and 10-spoke alloy wheels. Governing its dynamics are traction control, cornering ABS, and three ride modes.
Like all Scramblers, the Dark Pro hopes to offer a no-frills ride while also presenting the perfect platform for customizers.