Ducati Scrambler Italia Independent revealed
The new model has come about as a result of a link-up between Ducati and fashion house Italia Independent and while the mechanical parts of the bike remain largely untouched, the overall style of the bike looks substantially different to the standard Scrambler model on which it’s based. That means the 803cc, air-cooled 75bhp V-twin stays in place, but each bike gets a laser-engraved aluminium plate with the serial number, Italia Independent side panels, and copper-coloured frame and wheels.
Other unique features of the Italia Independent include the black engine with machined cylinder head fins and other details, a Termignoni exhaust with black pipes and silencer covers, low tapered handlebars, and aluminium mirrors. The bike also gets a café racer-style nose fairing and embroidered logos on the back of the bike.
■ Matt Black paint
■ Night Copper tank side panels with logo
■ Night Copper steel trellis frame
■ Night Copper front and rear aluminium wheels
■ Leather seat with Italia Independent logo
■ Entire engine painted black with machined cylinder head fins and other machined details
■ Termignoni exhaust system, painted black
■ Café racer nose fairing
■ Low, tapered handlebars
■ Aluminium rear-view mirrors mounted on bar ends
■ Short front mudguard
■ Plaque with bike’s serial number engraved on it
■ Limited edition, only 1077 units will be produced