Full Throttle sees Ducati take cues from the US flat track scene, and as well as a sportier look to the colour scheme, comes with adjustable handlebars in a lower position for increased agility. It is also the only Scrambler in the range to be fitted with the quickshifter as standard. Decked out in the GP19 Red/Dark Stealth livery, inspired by the MotoGP bikes of 2019, the Full Throttle also features a shorter and sportier front fender, while the tail goes without a fender altogether.
Ducati Performance LED indicators, a homologated Termignoni silencer are also fitted as standard to the Full Throttle, while a large number 62 is emblazoned on the sides to commemorate the launch of the first Ducati Scrambler back in 1962.
The final specification, Nightshift, combines the sporty nature of the Full Throttle with a more classic feel. Only available in one colour option, Nebula Blue, is available for the Nightshift, which Ducati says gives a more elegant and sophisticated edge to the Scrambler when combined with the all-black spoked wheels. Stylistically, the Nightshift has smaller LED indicators, a reduced front mudguard, while the rear has no mudguard whatsoever, and side number plates.
Offering more cafe racer features than the other options in the 2023 Scrambler range, the Nightshift offers a straight handlebar – complete with cafe racer style mirrors – and a flatter seat, improving comfort for both rider and passenger.