The Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle has been inspired by the oval dirt track bikes that race in the AMA championships. The motorcycle has been mutated into a flat track racer thanks to a host of cosmetic upgrades and a special paint scheme.
While the overall shape and design of the Scrambler Full Throttle is similar to the standard Scrambler Icon, it gets a host of aesthetic updates to give it a racy appeal. The seat has been designed for racing and body panels come painted in a special black and yellow paint scheme. The stock handlebar has been replaced with a low tapered straight bar, while the front wheel gets a short mudguard. The Scrambler Full Throttle also comes equipped with a Termignoni racing exhaust. The alloy wheels come shod with Pirelli dual sport tyres.
Powering the Scrambler Full Throttle is the same 803cc L-twin Desmodronic engine, which delivers 75bhp and 68Nm of torque. The Scrambler Full Throttle isn’t very sophisticated when it comes to electronic aids, and ABS is the only safety feature to be offered as a standard fitment.
The Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle is available in a single deep black paint scheme. It competes with other middleweights like the Triumph Bonneville, Kawasaki Z800 and the Harley-Davidson Iron 883.