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The Scrambler's single headlight is equipped with a daytime running LED ring.
The blacked out levers seen, brake lever has four-way reach adjuster.
Scrambler has 13.7 litre fuel tank with interchangeable side panels.
Fuel filler cap has 'BORN FREE - 1962' embedded on.
Brembo single disc brake upfront, with ABS as standard.
The Scrambler's engine is air and oil-cooled.
Seen here is Ducati's 803cc, four-stroke, fuel-injected, air and oil-cooled engine, producing 74bhp at 8,250rpm.
The Scrambler's Kayaba rear suspension has pre-load adjustment.
A stubby two-into-one exhaust system seen here.
A 245mm ABS equipped Brembo rear disc brake is radial mounted to an aluminium swingarm.
Distinct half-moon taillight with Ducati branding on seat.
Grab handles provided under the seat, do not interfere with Scrambler's unique design.
Ducati will re-launch the brand in India soon.
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