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Live Updates: Ducati Scrambler 1100 launch in India

Aditya Chatterjee  /
27 Aug 2018 12:35:00 IST

Ducati India is all set to launch the Scrambler 1100 today. Powered by an oil and air cooled , 1079cc, L-twin motor that also powered Monster 1100, Ducati's new Scrambler 1100 is the biggest Scrambler yet. Positioned as an entry-level motorcycle, the Ducati Scrambler has made quite a name for itself as a friendly, retro-styled motorcycle globally. But the introduction of the Ducati Scrambler 1100 has changed the way the Scrambler family is perceived by enthusiasts, being more powerful, muscular and more tech-laden. The Scrambler 1100 was shown to the world at the 2017 Milan Motor Show where it made jaws drop. Design changes include bigger, underseat exhausts and a revised headlamp design to distinguish it from the smaller Scramblers. Here are the LIVE updates from the online launch.

  • Aug 27, 12:50 PM (IST)

    The Ducati Scrambler 1100 also gets higher specced suspension as compared to the #Scrambler - 45mm upside down forks from Marzocchi along with an adjustable KYB monoshock.

    <p>The Ducati Scrambler 1100 also gets higher specced suspension as compared to the #Scrambler - 45mm upside down forks from Marzocchi along with an adjustable KYB monoshock.</p>
  • Aug 27, 12:49 PM (IST)

    The Ducati Scrambler 1100 gets three riding modes - Active, Journey and City, which essentially are sport, touring and urban. Interestingly, the Scrambler 1100 also gets cornering ABS too!

  • Aug 27, 12:48 PM (IST)

    Braking prowess comes via twin 330mm discs upfront along with Brembo M4-32B monobloc calipers that are radially mounted.

    <p>Braking prowess comes via twin 330mm discs upfront along with Brembo M4-32B monobloc calipers that are radially mounted.</p>
  • Aug 27, 12:46 PM (IST)

    Most importantly, the Ducati Scrambler1100 is powered by a bigger, 1079cc, V-twin engine that belonged to the erstwhile Monster 1100 EVO. The engine offers 86PS and 88Nm, which is 12PS and 11Nm more than the smaller #Scrambler that is powered by an 803cc V-twin.

    <p>Most importantly, the Ducati Scrambler1100 is powered by a bigger, 1079cc, V-twin engine that belonged to the erstwhile Monster 1100 EVO. The engine offers 86PS and 88Nm, which is 12PS and 11Nm more than the smaller #Scrambler that is powered by an 803cc V-twin.</p>
  • Aug 27, 12:44 PM (IST)

    The Ducati Scrambler 1100 also gets a more comprehensive electronics package including riding modes, traction control and ABS, offering a better safety considering the higher outputs and sportier intent of the motorcycle.

    <p>The Ducati Scrambler 1100 also gets a more comprehensive electronics package including riding modes, traction control and ABS, offering a better safety considering the higher outputs and sportier intent of the motorcycle.</p>
  • Aug 27, 12:39 PM (IST)

    The instrument cluster on the Ducati  Scrambler1100 is different compared to the smaller Scrambler, gets a secondary display to offer additional information - gets a gear indicator, fuel gauge and also info about the riding modes, ABS and TC levels

    <p>The instrument cluster on the Ducati&nbsp; Scrambler1100 is different compared to the smaller Scrambler, gets a secondary display to offer additional information - gets a gear indicator, fuel gauge and also info about the riding modes, ABS and TC levels</p>
  • Aug 27, 12:37 PM (IST)

    The larger Scrambler 1100 looks similar to the smaller Scrambler, but gets a differently styled headlamp and twin underseat exhausts that help distinguish it. Looks more muscular.

    <p>The larger Scrambler 1100 looks similar to the smaller Scrambler, but gets a differently styled headlamp and twin underseat exhausts that help distinguish it. Looks more muscular.</p>
  • Aug 27, 12:30 PM (IST)

    The India launch of the Ducati Scrambler 1100 is underway! We’re telling you everything there is to know about the bigger

    <p>The India launch of the Ducati Scrambler 1100 is underway! We&rsquo;re telling you everything there is to know about the bigger</p>

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