2021 Ducati Scrambler range revealed

The 2021 Ducati Scrambler range has been revealed and it has three improvements to its line-up.

  • 2021 Ducati Scrambler range functions brand new Nightshift variation

  • Icon and Desert Sled models have brand new color schemes

  • 803cc, air-cooled, L-twin engine is now Euro 5 compliant

The most notable for the improvements may be the new Ducati Scrambler Nightshift, since the various other two – Scrambler Desert Sled and Scrambler Icon – tend to be tweaks over existing models. The fourth design that completes the Scrambler 800 range is the Icon deep plus it gets no changes, aside from the engine.

2021 Scrambler 800 motor

The 2021 Ducati Scrambler range, unsurprisingly, now complies with Euro 5 (BS6) norms. The whole range is run on an 803cc, air-cooled, L-twin motor that produces 72hp at 8,250rpm and 66.2Nm of peak torque at 5,750rpm.

2021 Ducati Scrambler Nightshift

Given that title shows, the Scrambler Nightshift features a matte grey and charcoal colour scheme. There aren’t too many blacked-out bits like we’ve seen on some of Ducati’s present models, for instance the Ducati Diavel black, however it is one step away from the usually brilliant and colourful systems of this Scrambler 800 range.

For the styling, the bicycle features no back mudguard, which provides it a clean end area. The usage of a-flat chair is also a good retro touch.

2021 Scrambler Desert Sled

The 2021 Scrambler Desert Sled remains largely much like its predecessor, barring the inclusion of a Sparkling Blue livery. It offers some red and white precisely the gas container and mudguards, and silver rims – a tribute to the enduro bicycles of this 1980s. Other modifications to the brand new version range from the addition of a brand new chair and mesh headlight address.

2021 Ducati Scrambler Icon

For 2021, the Scrambler Icon will also be for sale in the iconic Ducati Red colour, in addition to the 62 Yellow. The rest of the bike continues to be unchanged.

2021 Ducati Scrambler Asia launch

The Scrambler models were formerly on sale in India, plus it’s most likely that they can make their way here in this brand new Euro 5 (BS6) guise as well. While there is no formal term from Ducati India, a launch at some point at the beginning of 2021 is probable.

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