Italian superbike manufacture, Ducati is well under the work in recoding the elements of its traditional motorcycle, Scrambler, which once turned out to be the iconic machine of youth. By bringing back the Scrambler model, the Italian maker is also taking back the history of 1962-68 attached with it. Meanwhile, 250cc, 350cc and 450cc single-cylinder were the engines Ducati used to power the Scrambler models.
Well, according to the leaks, the upcoming machine might not be the same single-cylinder engine, instead of that the company will be installing the currently running and much successful 796cc air-cooled V-twin engine, which runs the Monster range. It will deliver a peak power of 87 bhp as well. Though the firm comes up with the up-to-date engine, the machine will retain its traditional looks.
Ducati plans to launch the bike in 2014 and to start selling by the end of the same year. The firm wants to label Scrambler as a precious brand and along with it, the company will be launching accessories such as t-shirts, key chains, and all riding gears. And the accessories will be launched before the arrival of the Scrambler, in order to make a hype for the bi-wheeler. Moreover, the firm doesn't want to establish Scrambler as an entry level brand and wealthy are the target of it. So, the company may price it slightly above than the expected figures.
And the pictures you see are only the concept models. The design may slightly change when it will get launched. So stay tuned with us, we will delivering you the latest buzz regarding the Scrambler. Until then scramble through our web pages.
Will be equipped with a 796cc air-cooled V-twin engine.
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