First customised Ducati Scramblers revealed

Deux Ex Machina and other tuners reveal their take on the Scrambler

DUCATI has announced three customised Ducati Scramblers will be presented at the Motor Bike Expo show in Italy later this month.

Built by custom tuners Deux Ex Machina, Officine Mermaid and Mr. Martini, the three specials will be showcased at the Ducati Scrambler stand from January 23-25.

According to Ducati, the three custom tuners were each given a brief to ‘interpret one of the versions of the Ducati Scrambler according to their own personal style.’

Deus Ex Machina put forward its idea for the Full Throttle; Officine Mermaid’s take on the Urban Enduro adds to the Scrambler’s off-road credentials, while Mr. Martini turned the Classic model into a cafe-racer.

Ducati's Scrambler line-up will arrive in dealerships this month and the first of the four versions to become available will be the base model Icon.

The red Icon will come in at £6,895; the more original yellow paint scheme will cost £6,995.

The rest of the line-up, which includes the Scrambler Full Throttle, Urban Enduro and Classic, will be priced at £7,995.

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