Tudor has been making Ducati-themed watches for four years and the latest are these Scrambler versions in ’62 Yellow and Ducati Red for the Icon and Wild Green for the Urban Enduro model.
They are crafted in brushed steel and ceramic, waterproof to 150m (450ft) and feature a self-winding mechanism offering 46 hours of power reserve and an easily-adjustable calendar function.
Ducati Australia and Tudor Australia could not confirm price or delivery date, but they will be available in Tudor watch stores in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Cairns probably about October.
Meanwhile, the first sold-out shipment of the Ducati Scrambler is arriving in Australian dealership this week.
Scrambler prices are:
Icon (Ducati Red) $12,990
Icon (’62 Yellow) $13,140
Urban Enduro $14,990
Full Throttle $14,990
Speaking of collaborations, Audi subsidiaries Ducati and Lamborghini have teamed up with two Italian colleges in Bologna to put on a two-year joint education program for 48 socially disadvantaged young people.
The students will have the opportunity to work on current Ducati motorcycles and Lamborghini models throughout their placement.