The last episode of the online series of Ducati world premieres was overshadowed by the EICMA fair, but it’s time to look back at the next-generation novelties.
For 2023, the Ducati Scrambler comes in three variants: Full Throttle, Icon and Nightshift.
All three models now have a ride-by-wire function and drive mode selection.
Although nominally a new generation, the latest Scrambler range has received minor technical updates and styling changes across all three models.
In fact, the 2023 Scrambler series still has the same twin-cylinder Desmodue engine. The clutch now has eight discs, which ensure smoother and easier gear changes.
Additionally, the engine is now 2.5kg lighter than the previous generation, contributing to a total weight loss of 4kg.
Ducati also says that the new Scrambler is sportier thanks to a new rear subframe that is now separate from the main frame, with easier gear changes on the go.
All three models now include a traction control system, as well as two driving modes – Road and Wet, which are intended for driving on the open road, i.e. in humid conditions. We will also mention that the fuel tank has been redesigned.
Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle
Scrambler Full Throttle is the “crème de la crème” of the new Scrambler line.
First, it is the only model that has a quickshifter as standard equipment.
In addition, the model also has the number #62 as a nod to the original scrambler introduced in 1962. There’s a sport-style seat, with GP19 Red/Dark Steath racing graphics, a shorter front fender, red wheel covers and a Termignoni exhaust.
Ducati Scrambler Nightshift
Nightshift continues its elegant design and ergonomics from the previous generation. This cafe-racer style Scrambler now features side number plates, a minimalist front fender and small LED turn indicators.
New for 2023 are completely blacked-out rims, a new steering wheel and mirrors.
Ducati Scrambler Icon
Icon offers the most customization options, and among the elements that can be replaced, we will mention the headlight housing and fenders.
There are six new, exciting colors and nine graphics on offer. Ergonomically, the Icon has lower handlebars and a new seat.
Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.
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