The production of the Ducati Scrambler 1100 has begun in Borgo Panigale

The first Ducati Scrambler 1100 has rolled off the Borgio Panigale Ducati production line, with the new King of the Scrambler sub-brand set to arrive at European dealers starting from mid-March.
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 adds a new dimension to Ducati’s Land of Joy with more technology, performance, high quality finishes and great comfort than its smaller 400 and 800cc class forebears.


Ducati says the new 1079cc engine has generous torque available from low revs which is the true strength of this bike, but the chassis is also very agile as is traditional with anything wearing the Ducati Scrambler badge. To support ease of riding electronics have also been evolved, guaranteeing maximum active safety with the use of ABS Cornering and Traction Control.
Available in three versions, Ducati Scrambler 1100, 1100 Special and 1100 Sport, Ducati claims the latest motorcycle from the Italian marque is ready to meet the needs of the most demanding riders.
While preparing for the arrival of this model to the market, the Ducati Scrambler brand is currently shooting the second part of the official launch video, with the bike tabled to be launched in mid-March to the international media before going on sale to the public.

Look for the full launch report in an upcoming issue of Bike Rider Magazine!