Ducati Scrambler Icon is a more stylish, spicy and fun riding motorcycle. This motorcycle is a perfect blend of tradition and innovation. The renewed Ducati Scrambler Icon is more contemporary, comfortable and safer, ensuring even more carefree “Land of Joy” fun. The premium LED lighting, engine, style, improved riding experience, ergonomics makes this motorcycle a perfect bike that is essential, nonconformist and completely affordable. So, fly high with Ducati Scrambler Icon in the land of joy with positivity, fun and a free-spirited attitude.
The Ducati Scrambler Icon comes with new finishing touches with the engine with black cylinder heads and brushed aluminium fins. This motorcycle gets an 803cc, L-twin, Desmodromic distribution, 2-valve per cylinder, air-cooled engine that produces a peak torque of 66.2N-m at 5750rpm and 73horsepower at 8250rpm. Also, the engine mates with a six-speed transmission gearbox.
The suspension duties are taken care of by Upside down Kayaba 41mm fork at the front and pre-load adjustable Kayaba rear shock at the end. The improved ergonomics include a new seat that provides flatter and comfort for the rider and the passenger. Also, an advanced suspension setup helps in a smooth ride.
The new aluminium 10-spoke cast wheels of Ducati Scrambler Icon derives from 1100. The styling details include new Rosso Ducati colour, interchangeable aluminium muscular side panels, muffler cover and machine-finished aluminium belt covers. The Ducati Scrambler Icon gets premium LED lighting with a glass lens, DRL and LED turn indicator.
Ducati Scrambler Icon comes with an anti-locking braking system with 330mm disc radial 4-piston calliper at the front and 245mm disc 1-piston floating calliper at the end. The fuel capacity of this motorcycle is 13.5litres and weighs 189Kg. Ducati Scrambler Icon is available in two colours- Red and Yellow.
Ducati Bikes is a group of companies, best known for manufacturing motorcycles and headquartered in Borgo Panigale, Bologna, Italy. The group is owned by German automotive manufacturer Audi through its Italian subsidiary Lamborghini, which is in turn owned by the Volkswagen Group. No matter the era, it’s a feat to create something that has as much visual impact now as it did 20 years ago. It proves that however cliched, less is more, even when the industry and society are wildly different from the environment in which it was created.