The Ducati Scrambler has quickly become the top-selling model, so the company has increased the range from four to six and now added a special limited edition model.
The limited edition Scrambler Italia Independent was launched in Miami and will be available in Australia in May 2016 on special order for $18,777 (+ on-road costs) says Ducati Marketing Coordinator L’Oreal Pierce.
Only 1077 of the bikes will be made as part of a joint project with Italia Independent, a design wear company specialising in eyewear and sunglasses.
Consequently, they will also release a range of Scrambler sunglasses although their availability in Australia is yet to be confirmed, says L’Oreal.
Each vehicle will be embellished with an aluminium plate, laser-marked with the bike’s serial number and featuring the Ducati Scrambler/Italia logos.
It comes with special graphics on the leather seat and tank, black engine with brushed cylinder head fins, black Termignoni muffler and lower café-racer style handlebars with mirrors mounted on the bar ends.
The frame, wheels, fairing and front fender are painted Night Copper while the rest of the bike is matte black.
The bike will be available on special order for US$12,777.
Ducati recently released two new production-model Scramblers to bring their stable to six models.
They are the 399cc Sixty2 and the Flat Track Pro, a higher-powered racing version along the lines of the bike Troy rode in the US earlier this year.
The new models will be available from February at $11,990 for the Sixty2 and $16,990 for the Flat Track Pro.