Ducati Scrambler Launches Two New Variants At Art Of Speed 2017


29 July 2017 – MAEPS: Taking advantage of the sixth installation of Art of Speed,
Malaysia’s main homegrown Ol-Skool & Kustom Kulture, Next Bike Sdn Bhd, the official
distributor of Ducati motorcycles in Malaysia, today launches two new variants of the
popular Scrambler model, the Café Racer and Desert Sled. Art of Speed, which takes place on 29th and 30th July 2017 at the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS), aims to give movers and shakers of the local customisation scene more exposure and have been gaining good traction over the years.

“The Ducati Scrambler brand has been an excellent platform to get into the growing
customisation scene here. The introduction of two new variants would elevate the scene
even further”, said Datuk Wira SM Faisal Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin, Group Executive
Chairman of Naza World Group of Companies. Creative, youthful and spirited, the Ducati Scrambler is more than just a motorcycle, it is a brand that enhances creativity, self-expression and the sharing of positive emotions. It is a universe of fun, joy and freedom made of motorcycles, accessories and apparel.


Except the Sixty2 variant which uses a 400cc engine, the Icon, Classic and Full
Throttle variants is equipped with a 803cc, L-Twin, Desmodromic powerplant that makes
73 hp at 8,250 rpm and 67 Nm at 5,750 rpm. The two new variants joins the current
Scrambler line-up.


Ducati Scrambler Café Racer
The Ducati Scrambler Café Racer, Scrambler’s interpretation of the legendary bikes
that created a revolution in the motorcycle world, is an expression of free spirit and
an emblem of style. Its ‘Black Coffee’ colour brings back the 60s to today’s Land of
Joy. The typical Scrambler teardrop tank with interchangeable panels is combined with a new seat, specially designed and equipped with a seat cover for the passenger.

The handlebars with mirrors attached to the ends are typical of 60s racing; the same goes
for the Termignoni exhaust with double silencer, the headlight fairing, the side
number holders and the new Pirelli Diablo™ Rosso II with 17” aluminium wheels. The
styling is a clear reference to the style of the Rockers that in those days sped
through the streets of the English capital. The Ducati Scrambler Café Racer reinterprets what was one of the most influential movements in the history of motorcycling, recreating a legend with a contemporary character reflecting the essence of the Scrambler. The Ducati Scrambler Cafe Racer is priced here at RM68,899.00 including GST.


Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled
Straight from the desert and mountains of California, Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled
makes its entry in the Land of Joy, an enduro version inspired by the world of offroad
motorcycles that made history in the United States during the 60s and 70s.
The name Desert Sled refers to standard motorcycles over 500 cc that were modified by
riders for use in the Californian desert with knobbly tyres, reinforced suspensions,
spoked wheels and engine protection plates to protect the bike against the debris of
impassable desert roads.

The Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled perfectly reflects this spirit without forgetting lifestyle values, and expands the Ducati Scrambler family with a new version dedicated to off-road style. Desert Sled inherits the Urban Enduro logo as it is its explicit evolution. In fact, it is to its strong offroad character that we owe the new riding position
characterised by a higher seat, a reinforced frame and fully adjustable suspension,
the presence of a type-approved grid on the front headlight, the engine protection,
and with the new Pirelli ScorpionTM Rally STR tyres with spoked wheels 19″ front / 17″
rear. The Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled is priced at RM68,899.00 including GST.

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