Ducati has heard their customers' demand for more power for the Scrambler and has equipped the motorcycle with an even bigger engine. Dubbed the Scrambler 1100, it gets the huge V-Twin derived from the Monster 1100 roadster.

EICMA 2017: Ducati Scrambler 1100 gets more powerful V-Twin

Unlike the smaller 803cc engine which puts out 73 PS and 67 Nm of torque, the Monster-derived 1073cc V-Twin in the Scrambler 1100 produces 86 PS at 7500 rpm along with 88.4 Nm of torque at 4750 rpm. It also gets a new trellis frame made from steel, wire-spoked / cast alloy wheels that keeps with the bike's retro-inspired look and a pair of M4.32B Brembo disc brakes at the front.

EICMA 2017: Ducati Scrambler 1100 gets more powerful V-Twin

Eqiupped as standard is the Ducati Safety Pack that comes with the following safety features: traction control, three ride modes and anti-lock brakes for both standard and cornering. A 14.7-liter fuel tank, twin exhausts that exit under the tail and anodized gold inverted front forks round up the features of the Scrambler 1100.

EICMA 2017: Ducati Scrambler 1100 gets more powerful V-Twin

Three versions of the Scramabler 1100 will be available; the standard base model, the Special and the range-topping Sport which gets an Ohlins suspension.