Ducati introduced two new variants of its Scrambler model -- Scrambler Classic and Full Throttle -- with price starting at Rs 7.5 lakh (ex-shoowroom Delhi) to add to the line up of Monster family -- 821, Monster S2R and 795, along with others, including Diavel range Hypermotard and Hyperstrada, and the 899, 1299, 1299 S and Panigale R.
Avalur said Ducati's bikes in India will be available at a price range of Rs 6.5 lakh for the Scrambler Icon model to Rs 40 lakh for the flagship bike Panigale R.

The company is on a network expansion drive and is looking to have 13 showrooms by the end of 2016. It plans to have five outlets by the end of this year.
The response to Ducati bikes after it started selling in Mumbai and NCR has been above expectations, he added.
Elaborating on the company's India plans, Ducati India Managing Director Ravi Avalur said: "By the end of this we are likely to have 11 models from Ducati stable available in India and we will also add three more showrooms in Bangalore, Pune and Hyderabad."
In terms of showrooms, he said, Ducati was looking to have 13 by the end of 2016 by opening outlets in cities like Chandigarh, Jaipur, Kolkata and Kochi, among others.