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Next-Gen Ducati Scrambler revealed

The new generation of Ducati Scrambler becomes lighter, more modern and features interchangeable covers for easier colour customisation.


The new generation of Ducati Scrambler has been completely redesigned to be a, fun, easy-to-ride motorcycle with a modern style that still retains the Scrambler origin.

The air-cooled twin-cylinder Desmodue engine, trellis frame, wide handlebars, low centre of gravity and fun riding are enhanced by advanced electronics and more modern styling.

The result is three differently styled Ducati Scrambler models: Icon, Full Throttle and Nightshift.


The new Ducati Scrambler keeps its iconic design intact while evolving its distinctive elements in a contemporary key.

The front headlight, now full LED, retains the iconic “X” and the new instrumentation with 4.3-inch colour TFT cluster and dedicated HMI makes the new Ducati Scrambler more modern

The steel tank has been redesigned and equipped with an interchangeable cover that, along with the fenders and details on the headlamp, gives the bike its colour and allows easy, quick but complete customisation.

The twin-cylinder Desmodue engine has new clutch and alternator covers featuring the “X” logo, and the exhaust and headers have been redesigned to leave the engine fully exposed.


The new chassis, trellis frame and swingarm redesign all contribute to the bike’s overall 4 kg weight reduction and sportier feel.

The 72hp air-cooled, two-valve twin-cylinder, Desmodue engine, has updated internals and is about 2.5 kg lighter and equipped with a compact eight-disc clutch with a softer pull.

Ride by Wire throttle management benefits throttle response while remaining progressive and easy to manage at all rpm. Ducati Traction Control and Cornering ABS has also been added as standard with two selectable Riding Modes: Road and Wet.
Quick Shift up/down is now standard equipment on the Full Throttle models and is available as an accessory on the rest of the range.

Also available as an accessory is the Ducati Multimedia System, which offers the ability to manage music and calls by connecting your smartphone to the bike.


Ducati Scrambler Icon

The Icon version represents the Ducati Scrambler par excellence.

The Ducati Scrambler Icon features a revised handlebar that is lower and closer to the rider, allowing more control over the bike. The seat has been redesigned, with a more tapered and streamlined shape. Completing the design of this new generation of Icon are black under-seat side panels with Ducati Scrambler graphics.

The three standard colours (’62 Yellow, Thrilling Black and Ducati Red) are joined by six more, available as accessory kits, to dress up the new Ducati Scrambler Icon in nine different liveries. Available colours include Rio Celeste, Jade Green or Velvet Red.

Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle

The Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle is the sportiest model in the 2023 range and is inspired by U.S. flat track competitions on dirt ovals. The side number plates bear the number 62 (1962 was the debut year of the first Ducati Scrambler) in perfect Tracker style and, along with the skid plate, define a decidedly grittier aesthetic for those who do not want to go unnoticed.

The Full Throttle’s sporty character is underlined by the sport-look seat cover, the dedicated livery in GP19 Red/Dark Stealth, and the black finish of the exhaust heat shields and front side covers. A shorter front fender, a tail without a rear fender, red tags on the alloy wheels, a street-legal Termignoni silencer, Ducati Performance LED turn signals and standard Quick Shift up/down complete the package.

Also available as an accessory is the Rosso GP19 seat cover, which gives the bike a sporty single-seat look.
Even the riding position, thanks to a variable section handlebar compared to the Icon version, changes and becomes sportier.

Ducati Scrambler Nightshift

The most elegant among the proposals in the Ducati Scrambler 2023 range is the Nightshift, distinguished by more classic and refined details, such as the saddle, in Café Racer style, stitched and in the dark leather shade, or the alternation of glossy and matte surfaces. Ducati Scrambler Nightshift, like Full Throttle, features side number plates, a minimal front fender, no rear fender, black finishes for the aluminum aesthetic details, as well as compact LED turn signals.

Nebula Blue coloring and spoked wheels, now completely black, make the Nightshift decidedly sophisticated in appearance, which is completed – as on the previous generation model of the same name – with a flat-set variable-section handlebar and bar-end mirrors, also in café racer style.


The new generation Ducati Scrambler range will be available in Australia and New Zealand starting from the fourth quarter of 2023.

Prices for the range will start from $18,000 Ride Away in Australia. Further colour and model pricing is available at