Ducati recently unveiled the updated Scrambler Café Racer at the Intermot in Germany. Here is the detailed photo gallery of the bike-
The 2019 Ducati Scrambler Café Racer sports a body style similar to the previous model.
It gets a silver and blue paint scheme with a blue trellis frame inspired from the Ducati 125GP Desmo.
The 17-inch spoke wheels with black rims replace the alloy wheels on its predecessor.
It gets a stubby front mudguard, redesigned blue seat, bar-end mirrors on the low-slung handlebars and a headlamp cowl that add to its café-racer appeal.
Furthermore, the Scrambler Café Racer sports the number ‘54’ on its side panels in honour of Bruno Spaggiari, a former Grand Prix racer.
The bike gets LED lighting for the headlamp and tail lamp flanked by LED turn indicators.
The LCD instrument display also gets an update and now shows gear position and fuel gauge. It also gets Ducati’s Multimedia system with optional Bluetooth.
The 2019 Scrambler Café Racer is powered by an 803cc, L-Twin engine that produces 72bhp and 67Nm of torque. The motor is mated to a six-speed gearbox and now gets a hydraulic clutch.
We can expect Ducati to launch the updated Café Racer along with the rest of the 2019 Scrambler range early next year.