An unveiling we expected at the EICMA show last year, Ducati has chosen the new year to unveil the updates coming to its Scrambler 1100 lineup, which now come with a “Pro” moniker.
Late last year, there was much speculation regarding what the tipped” Pro” name would entail exactly, and today we learn that it is a modest upgrade to the Scrambler 1100 line, with mostly aesthetic changes being the name of the game.
As such, the Ducati Scrambler 1100 Pro sees revamped graphics, a new exhaust, new seat trim, shorter rear fender, and low-mounted plate holder completing the package of changes.
For the Ducati Scrambler 1100 Sport Pro, we see Öhlins suspension continues to be the main feature of the package, with a narrower and shorter handlebar and cafe racer styled mirrors added to the mix.
If the gold forks weren’t enough of a tip-off on the Scrambler 1100 Sport Pro model, the “1100” emblazoned on the side of the bike’s tank is another quick way to distinguish the model from its sibling.
At the core of the machines is the same 1,078cc air-cooled v-twin engine that was there before, and Ducati boasts about its robust electronic safety package, as both Scrambler 1100 Pro models come with cornering ABS, traction control, and three riding modes.
If you like what you see (check out the photo gallery below), then you can see the Ducati Scrambler 1100 Pro models at your local Ducati dealership come March 2020.