At the EICMA (Esposizione Internazionale Ciclo Motociclo e Accessori), also known as the Milan Motorcycle Show in Italy, Ducati unveiled a total of seven new bikes. Two of them are Scrambler variants – Sixty2 and Flat Track Pro.
Of the two, Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 is powered by a new 399 cc L twin cylinder desmodromic air cooled engine. This engine generates a peak power of 41 hp, mated to a six speed gearbox. Not much is known, except that this entry level Ducati gets Showa 41 mm front forks in the front, steel tube swingarm at the rear, has a 14 liter steel fuel tank with dedicated logo, dry weight of 167 kg, and a new black silencer cover. It is priced from £6,450 (£4,535 / $6,900 / INR 4.55 lakh). Colour options on offer are Ocean Grey, Chignon Black and Atomic Tangerine.
Speaking about the second Scrambler variant which was revealed at the press conference, Ducati Scrambler Flat Track Pro is designed as a speeding machine. It features dedicated livery, fuel tank in racing yellow, aluminium rear view mirrors, sporty headlight fairing, alloys with yellow outlines, CNC footpegs, CNC sprocket cover, full throttle exhaust, dedicated number plate, dedicated seat fabric, etc. Powered by the same engine as the existing Scrambler 800, price of this one is £8,995 (£6,323 / $9,616 / INR 6.34 lakh).