The Ducati Scrambler might be the "entry-level" Ducati, but the new-for-2020 Scrambler 1100 Sport Pro adds features that you can find on the company's high-performance sportbikes. The 1100 Sport Pro is powered by the iconic L-twin motor, displacing 1079cc and making 86 horsepower and 65 lb-ft of torque, with a smooth delivery curve from low RPMs all the way to redline. The L-twin rides in a trellis frame with Öhlins suspension front and rear with Brembo brakes providing the stopping power. Visually, a new left-side twin-tip exhaust, matte black paint scheme, and a headlight that mimics the tape placed in an X over the headlight separate the Sport Pro from the rest of the Scrambler range. Other features include bar-mounted rearview mirrors, ABS, Ducati Traction Control, and three riding modes. Expect the 1100 Sport Pro to hit dealers in March 2020.