The Scrambler 1100 Pro is set to become the second BS6-compliant motorcycle in Ducati India's product portfolio.
Ducati is set to launch the Scrambler 1100 Pro in India on 22nd September. It'll be the Italian marque's second launch of the year, less than a month after it launched the highly-anticipated BS6 Panigale V2. While Ducati confirmed the Scrambler 1100 Pro's launch date with a teaser, there seems to be a twist. The golden front forks visible in the teaser actually belong to the Scrambler 1100 Sport Pro (lead image), which leads to the possibility that Ducati might launch both versions of the bike – Pro & Sport Pro – on 22nd.
Coming to the specifics, the Scrambler 1100 Pro is powered by a Euro5/BS6-compliant 1,079cc air-cooled L-twin motor, which is good for 83.5bhp @ 7,250rpm and 90.5Nm of torque @ 4,750rpm. A six-speed transmission is offered as standard. While the 1100 Pro gets 45mm Marzocchi USD forks (fully-adjustable) and an adjustable Kayaba monoshock at the rear, the 1100 Sport Pro comes fitted with an Öhlins suspension setup, with fully-adjustable 48mm USD forks at the front and a rear monoshock. Apart from the different suspension, the Scrambler 1100 Sport Pro also features a different, lower handlebar set up, golden-coloured suspension forks and a single matte-black colour option.
In terms of braking, both versions are the same. Both come with twin 320mm discs fitted with Brembo monobloc M4.32 four-piston radial callipers at the front and a 245mm disc at the back, fitted with a single-piston floating calliper. Bosch cornering ABS is offered as part of standard fitment. Speaking of standard fitment, the Ducati 1100 Pro offers an LCD instrument cluster, dedicated riding & power modes, Ducati Traction Control, Ride-by-Wire throttle, etc.