Ducati unveil new Scrambler Nightshift in Euro5 updated range
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The Nightshift is finished in pretty much all black and grey and features a flat bench seat and café racer bar end mirrors to emphasise its urban style. The number plate has shifted to a bracket on the swingarm because the rear mudguard has been removed, Ducati say for a more aggressive look.
The Dakar-inspired Desert Sled model gets a new blue livery in homage to the enduro bikes of the ‘80s with red and white touches on the tank and front mudguard. The look is finished off with gold spoked wheels, as it should be.
And at the bottom of the range, the entry-level Icon bike is now available in a very Ducti-esque red paintjob to go alongside the existing yellow and orange versions.
All bikes in the Ducati Scrambler family are now fully Euro5 compatible and the new variants are available on the Ducati Scrambler model configurator now. The Nightshift costs £9595 but the other new colours cost the same as their existing options.