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 over the standard Scrambler Icon.
The overall shape and design of the Scrambler Full Throttle is similar to the new-generation standard Scrambler Icon. It gets several aesthetic upgrades which give it a racy appeal. The seat has been designed for better racing ergonomics while the body panels come painted in a special black and yellow paint scheme. It also gets a low tapered straight bar for more precise steering inputs and the shorter mudguard for the front wheel. Besides that, the look is completed with a Termignoni racing exhaust. The 10-spoke alloy wheels come shod with sticky road-biased tyres.
Powering the 2019 Scrambler Full Throttle is the same 803cc, air-cooled, L-twin engine as the previous bike. This motor produces 73bhp of power and 67Nm of torque and it comes mated to a six-speed gearbox. Nevertheless, the 2019 model comes with a hydraulic clutch actuation for lighter clutch lever operation. Ducati has also fitted the bike with adjustable levers; both for the clutch and brake. The switchgear for the 2019 model has also been updated with looks and feel better.
The Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle is available in a dual-tone colour scheme of black and yellow.