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The Scrambler Ducati just got even cooler following the revelation of the Scrambler Ducati Italia Independent limited edition version last month. Should neither of the four main variants of the 803cc version or the newly revealed Flat Track Pro and baby Sixty2 399cc variants not feel special enough, then this dark and special edition version should sate the need perfectly.

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For those who are unaware, the Italia Independent brand is renowned as a creative and stylish brand specialised in producing lifestyle eyewear products. Of course, being the ‘different’ sub-brand that it is, it comes to no surprise that the Scrambler Ducati sub-brand would collaborate with the Italian lifestyle brand.

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Though based on the existing 803cc Scrambler, the Scrambler Ducati Italia Independent limited edition takes on a much darker approach with its aesthetics. Key highlights here include the matte black-finished tank, followed by aluminium covers and 10-spoke wheels finished in a contrasting ‘Night Copper’ paint hue.

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Also unique to this version are the café racer style headlamp cover, the low-drag handlebar design with a pair of stylish under-bar rear-view mirrors, as well as the copper-painted frame. Rounding off the special version’s package are a set of specially designed logos littered around the bike, followed by an engraved and numbered commemorative aluminium ID plate for each bike.

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As it is, this Scrambler Ducati stands out better that the rest of its brethrens, but it is the model’s exclusivity that makes it even more desirable. Just 1,077 units have been planned, but Ducati has not announced a final selling price of for each one just yet. Nevertheless, this is one Scrambler Ducati destined to become a highly sought after special model for collectors worldwide, regardless of price.

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Sources: Scrambler Ducati via Airows and Jalopnik/Lanesplitter