After unveiling the updated Scrambler Icon earlier this month, Ducati has added updated versions of the Full Throttle, Café Racer and Desert Sled Scramblers at the Intermot show in Cologne.
The Scramblers get the same updates as the Icon with Bosch cornering ABS, a fuel gauge, LED daytime running light and indicators, blackened engine, “ergonomic” controls, adjustable brake lever, lighter clutch and the Ducati Multimedia System where riders can listen to their favourite playlists, answer calls or chat with the passenger.
There is no word on when the new models will arrive in Australia or their prices.
Ducati say the inspiration for the new Full Throttle is the flat track Scrambler ridden by Californian racer Frankie Garcia in the 2018 American Super Hooligan Championship.
It has a two-tone black-yellow white-striped tank, new rear end with dedicated seat and white-rimmed yellow number holders, low-slung tapered handlebar, stubby front mudguard and dual exhaust.
The Café Racer draws its inspiration and Silver Ice Matt graphics with blue frame from the legendary Ducati 125GP Desmo. And it looks way cool!
It features a new 17″ spoked wheels, aluminium bar-end mirrors, radial front brake pump, dual tailpipe, nose fairing, lateral number holders (with the number 54 in honour of Bruno Spiaggiari) and stubby mudguard.
The Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled now comes with a red frame, new seat with colour-coordinated stitching and spoked wheels with black rims.
It also features an Off Road Riding Mode that allows the rider to switch off the ABS, Kayaba suspension, headlight mesh guard, high mudguards and engine skid pan.
Ducati is also expected to unveil a homologation special version of the V4 superbike to compete in World Superbikes on November 4 at the EICMA show in Milan.
They will also unveil more 2019 Models and the new collections of Ducati accessories and clothing.