- Ducati India unveils new sporty Multistrada 950 S at Rs 15.49 lakh
- Ducati brings Scrambler 1100 Pro, Sports Pro to India, starting at Rs 11.95 lakh
- Ducati launches all-new Panigale V2 in its traditional red colour at Rs 16.99 lakh
- Ducati India MD says not driving in ‘crazy traffic’ did wonders for his mental health
The model year 2021 Scrambler range for India now includes the Scrambler Icon, Icon Dark and 1100 Dark Pro at Rs 8.49 lakh, Rs 7.99 lakh, and Rs 10.99 lakh, respectively (ex-showroom pan India), Ducati India said in a statement.
Embrace your dark side and explore the fun that lies ahead! All new Scrambler Icon Dark launched at INR 7.99 lacs (… https://t.co/65Ain9OZIV— Ducati India (@Ducati_India) 1611297239000
Are you ready for a definitive Scrambler experience? Introducing the Scrambler 1100 Dark PRO, at INR 10.99 lacs (Ex… https://t.co/XVjfWb2GQF— Ducati India (@Ducati_India) 1611297749000
Commenting on the launch, Ducati India Managing Director Bipul Chandra said the Scrambler range has always been a favourite amongst customers and is the best selling model range in India.
"The Scrambler Icon and Icon Dark which are now BS-VI compliant also get a retuned suspension setup which makes it ideal for daily use. I am certain that new as well as seasoned riders will appreciate these changes," he said adding the Scrambler 1100 Dark Pro has a reinforced chassis.
Stylish, spicy and fun. The new Scrambler Icon is here, and is launched today at INR 8.49 lacs (Ex Showroom India)… https://t.co/9P4q0rm3JX— Ducati India (@Ducati_India) 1611298117000
The Scrambler range also comes with a new apparel line-up which ranges from jackets to t-shirts. From the Scrambler line-up, Ducati India already sells the Scrambler 1100 Pro and Scrambler 1100 Sport Pro in the country, the company said.
Bookings for the new Scrambler range are now open across all Ducati dealerships in Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Kochi, Kolkata and Chennai and deliveries will begin by January 28, it added.
From Mercedes 4MATIC+ Coupe To JLR Defender, Motown Beauties That Ruled The Streets In 2020...
Shifting Gears In 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic caused a major economic slowdown, affecting the growth of several industries and the auto sector was no exception. Covid-19 led to supply chain disruptions and production halt in the latter half of March 2020, as reported by the Economic Times.
However, this didn’t stop the industry bigwigs and luxury car makers from churning out one new automobile after another. Many car and bike manufacturers launched high-end vehicles with super-fast engines and visual appeal.
While the auto industry may have shifted gears in 2020, it did see some high-profile launches. Here are all the motown beauties that ruled the streets in 2020.