Ducati, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer is renowned around the world for making the most rad looking and performance-oriented superbikes. All the bikes made by them are one of a kind and it’s a dream for an enthusiast to own a Ducati in his/her lifetime. One of the major highlights of any Ducati out there is how gorgeous they look. And if you are fascinated by the sculpted lines of the Ducatis, we have good news for you. Ducati India has announced that its Scrambler brand will partner up with The Bridge School (TBS) to craft a special programme to mentor students in the country.
The name of this special programme is TBS-Scrambler Ducati Industry Connect Programme. It will be a 10-week programme and the main objective is to mentor youngsters who are talented in the field of automotive design.
This will include hands-on experience and will help with their confidence in the designing world. Through this intense time, students will be able to work under pressure, so that when they enter into the industry they are well equipped. Through this special programme, Ducati aims to target all the automotive design students and enthusiasts all over the country. This will create an interest in the field of automotive design. Also, students will be mentored by world-class designers at Ducati, which itself is an achievement.
Preceded with plenty of hype by the Italian motorcycle manufacturer, Ducati took the wraps off the much-awaited Scrambler for the first time at the Intermot 2014 motor show in Cologne, Germany. The design of the bike resembles a lot of the 1960s-1970s bikes, giving a vintage look with modernistic features, clearly giving the retro vibes. That is Ducati Scrambler for you!
Ducati India MD Bipul Chandra said in a statement said, ”Scrambler by Ducati has had a huge impact all over the world. The design has been admired both by enthusiasts and riders alike while its riding character has been described as liberating and evoking emotions.” He added that the collaboration with The Bridge School goes on to show the importance of such an iconic design in the world of art and automobiles.
The aim of The Bridge School (TBS) is to connect the design academics with the industry, this programme is exactly that.