Ducati unveiled the Scrambler 1100 range and added to the growing list of the retro bandwagon. The Scrambler 1100 Sport is the top-of-the-line motorcycle from the range. Here is the photo gallery of the bike-
The Scrambler 1100 Sport looks like a café racer and draws its styling cues from the 803cc Scrambler Full Throttle.
It gets a 'Viper Black' paint job with yellow tank details on the sides and yellow stripes on the centre of the tank.
The newly-designed instrument console features a separate display for the speedometer and is mounted on a slightly rear-set handlebar.
It gets five-level traction control, three riding modes, ride-by-wire throttle control and an IMU with cornering ABS.
The Scrambler 1100 uses a 1079cc L-Twin engine that produces 86bhp at 7500rpm and 88.4Nm of torque at 4750rpm and is mated to a six-speed gearbox and slipper clutch.
Stopping power comes from twin 330mm discs up front and a 245mm disc for the rear; both Brembo units.
The Scrambler 1100 Sport gets Ohlins 45mm inverted forks for the front and an Ohlins preload and rebound adjustable monoshock at the rear.
The bike gets an optional Termignoni dual barrel exhaust for those wanting a grunty exhaust note.
We can expect the the entire Scrambler range to reach Indian shores sometime next year.