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2015 Ducati Scrambler Photo Gallery

See photos of the Ducati Scrambler in the 2015 Ducati Scrambler photo gallery, including the original teaser pics from Ducati's claimed debut of the prototype Scrambler as well as the 2015 Ducati Scrambler production model. Read more in the 2015 Ducati Scrambler First Look article.

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Ducati has officially teased its forthcoming Scrambler model, revealing the prototype to its Bologna employees.
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Screen grab from Ducati's promotional video of the new Scrambler.
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The Scrambler prototype appears to have a flack-tracker vibe.
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The Ducati Scrambler prototype will take its styling cues from the '60s and '70s era Scramblers, including the distinctive fuel tanks - provided this screen grab is the prototype and not a vintage Scrambler...
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Is this the Ducati Scrambler, or (more likely) a shot of the original from which it is based...
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Possible design sketch of the forthcoming Ducati Scrambler, which the Italian marque claims is slated for release in early 2015.
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The Scrambler will presumably be powered by an air-cooled Twin.
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The new Ducati Scrambler, apparently hidden in a big yellow shipping container.
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Ducati with yet another teaser shot, before the production Scrambler is finally revealed at the Intermot Bike Show in Cologne.
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Obvious contemporary design elements on the Ducati Scrambler include the LED lights and LCD instrumentation.
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The Ducati Scrambler's steel teardrop tank pays homage to its original ancestor.
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The Ducati Scrambler runs semi-knobbie Pirelli MT 60 RS tires, with an 18-inch front wheel and 17-inch rear.
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Ducati’s signature steel trellis frame construction anchors the Scrambler chassis, with an aluminum swingarm.
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Kayaba delivers the suspension, with a non-adjustable 41mm inverted fork and pre-load adjustable rear shock.
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The Scrambler features a distinctive long seat, with a ride height listed at 31.1 inches (an accessory low seat option dropping this to 30.3 inches).
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The Scrambler sources the 803cc (88mm bore x 66mm stroke) two-valve air-cooled Twin utilized by the Monster 796. However, engineers detuned the Desmodue Twin for the Scrambler, which claims 75 horsepower (8250 rpm) and 50 lb-ft torque (5750 rpm).
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The base model Icon Scrambler is offered in two colors, yellow ($8595) and red ($8494), with three additional versions available.
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The flat-track inspired Full Throttle Ducati Scrambler ($9995) sources a race-inspired seat and panels, shorter mudguard, lowered handlebar and Termignoni exhaust.
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The Ducati Scrambler Classic ($9995) sources a vintage seat and wire-spoked wheels.
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Urban Enduro ($9995) comes in a “Wild Green” colorway and, as the name implies, features off-road elements like a front fender, fork protectors, wire-spoked wheels, ribbed seat and modest skid plate.
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2015 Ducati Scrambler Classic