Ducati showed up at the Paris Motor Show with its newest piece of hardware: the 2015 Scrambler. The bike weights in at 375-pounds dry and packs an 803-cc, fuel-injected L-Twin good for 75 horsepower and 50 pound-feet of torque. The air-cooled engine is bolted to a six-speed transmission, and both are nestled in a gorgeous trellis frame.
The new Scrambler is the first new-model announcement from Ducati this year, a stripped-down, retro-hued roadster that will cut a broad swathe of demographics, from hipster 20-somethings to nostalgic Baby Boomers. It’s also the platform that will ensure Ducati’s air-cooled V-Twin powerplant a life beyond 2015.
ED- The video seen below was shot when Ducati reps told us the Scrambler would be produced in only one color and one version. Keep reading the text below to learn about the four versions of the Scrambler.
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