Ducati Unveils New Scrambler Mach 2.0

Ducati has pulled the covers off from a new Scrambler model- the Scrambler Mach 2.0 at the Wheels and Waves festival in Biarritz, France. At the same platform, the Italian manufacturer has also rolled out a renovated trim of the Scrambler Full Throttle, with new sticker job.

The Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0 which is a new introduction in the Scrambler lineup, observed a boasts of cosmetic changes including fitment of new, low slung aluminium handlebars, a ‘flat track pro’ seat for cozier riding experience, black exhaust unit, cylinder head covers, and brushed cooling fins as well.

While the work to make this newcomer one of the most captivating Scramblers has been done by the prominent graphics designer Roland Sands. He got the inspiration for this off-beat graphics work come from the Bell Cross Idol helmet, which is a part of the Ducati Scrambler apparel collection. The Mach 2.0 moniker for this newcomer has been given from an old-school Ducati Mach 1 250 which was launched in 1965. The Mach 1 250 was powered by the same engine of the Scrambler 250 of that time.

Under the fuel tank, the Scrambler Mach 2.0 is packed with the 803cc L-twin engine as its beating heart. The similar powertrain used to provide propelling power not only to the series of Scrambler models, but also the lately introduced Ducati Monster 797. This air-cooled L-twin mill is capable of producing the maximum power of 75bhp and the peak torque of 68Nm from the mated gearbox transmission.

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Now move ahead to the next member in the row at the same festival, the Scrambler Throttle. The motorcycle has only received cosmetic upgrades across the bike. It gets painted in gloss black paint apparent on the front mudguard and the fuel tank, new side panels employment which got chequerboard pattern on a yellow stripe.

Well, there is no official words from Ducati regarding these new variants introduction in the global market. As currently both these trims are concepts and could take time to hit the production line. But, the apparent updates are indicating that the Scrambler lovers not to wait too long for these newbies.