Ducati has revealed a new Pro range for its Scrambler 1100 line-up, which arrives with updated graphics, new exhaust, new seat trim, and a shorter rear fender. Refreshing the Scrambler portfolio, the new Scrambler 1100 Pro features a new two-tone “Ocean Drive” color scheme which comes in conjunction with a steel trellis frame and a rear aluminum subframe both finished in black. The tailpipes have moved to a traditional Ducati arrangement with dual cans stacked on the right side of the motorcycle. In addition to that, the Scrambler 1100 Pro gets a low-slung registration plate holder and a black metal “X” insert inside the headlight.
The second model of the range, the Scrambler 1100 Sports Pro, gets all the above features and comes with a few extras to position it as the range-topping variant. It gets a 48 mm Öhlins front fork in place of the standard 45 mm Marzocchi and a matching Öhlins monoshock that replaces the Kayaba unit. Additionally, it features low-slung handlebars, cafe racer-style rear-view mirrors, and a matte black exterior, along with a prominent ‘1100’ sticker on the fuel tank. There is no word on the pricing yet, but we know that both the models will arrive in the dealerships by this spring.