It’s no doubt, the iconic Ducati Scrambler has been an international hit since it hit the road in 2015. And this year, the Italian manufacturer has another big new for motorcycle fans and enthusiasts. Ducati has made some big announcement at this month's Wheels and Waves event in Biarritz, France.
According to Motorcycle News, the Bologna-based firm has finally revealed to the motor world its newest addition to the Scrambler family. Dubbed the Scrambler Mach 2.0, it features lower, tapered handlebars along with cylinder head covers, a cafe Racer-style brushed cooling fins, black exhaust, and a dedicated Flat Track Pro seat.
But the most important addition that makes the new Mach 2.0 stands out among other Scramblers is the paint job. The Mach 2.0's paint job has been designed by the legendary bike designer Roland Sands Design, which took some inspiration from the Bell Cross helmet.
Powering the new Mach 2.0 will be the same 803 cc air-cooled L-twin engine that has been used in the rest of the Scramblers, excluding the Ducati Scrambler Sixty2. The Mach 2.0’s tank design said to be based on a different Ducati/Bell Helmets works on a helmet with a similar paint job.
Ducati said that the name of the new bike hasn’t something to do with a certain brand of razors. Instead, it gets it name from the original 1965 Ducati Mach 1 250, which used the same engine configuration as the Ducati Scrambler 250.
In addition to the Mach 2.0, Ducati has also revealed an updated version of the Scrambler Full Throttle. The new version gets a huge facelift, a new graphics in the form of a new Shining Black tank. There’s also a front mudguard a new side panel with a yellow stripe and black chequerboard pattern.
As for the pricing and market availability, reports said that the new Ducati Mach 2.0 will cost around $10,000 and slated to arrive on the market this coming July.
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