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.
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.
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.
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.