Powering the next-gen Scrambler range is the familiar 803cc, air-cooled, 2-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed gearbox. It makes 73 hp and 65.2 Nm of peak torque. However, it has been tweaked with the introduction of some new components.
The Ducati Scrambler Icon gets a revised, rider-centric handlebar and a flatter seat for both rider and pillion. The design also incorporates black under-seat side panels featuring the ‘Ducati Scrambler’ graphics.
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Scrambler Full Throttle
For those looking for a sportier option, the Scrambler Full Throttle, which draws inspiration from US flat track racing features a skid plate, a sport-look seat cover, black finishes on exhaust heat shields and front side covers, and a Termignoni silencer.
The model also includes a smaller front fender, a rear fender, red tags on the alloy wheels, LED turn indicators, and a standard Quick Shift up/down function.
Lastly, the Nightshift boasts classic and refined details, such as its Cafe Racer-esque saddle in dark leather, a flat-set variable-section handlebar and café racer-style bar-end mirrors.
2023 Ducati Scrambler range: Other features
Notably, the Scrambler now features two Riding Modes, Road and Wet, along with adjustable traction control. The Scrambler’s chassis boasts a tubular steel trellis frame while braking duties are taken care of by a single 330 mm disc at the front and a 245 mm disc at the rear featuring cornering ABS. It also gets traction control.
Other features include full LED lighting, a 4.3-inch color TFT cluster, and a refined engine appearance. Furthermore, the new Scrambler has shed 4 kg, becoming lighter and more agile.