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Ducati Showed Their New Models Scrambler Mach2.0

Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0

There are good news for all fans of the Ducati brand because the Italian manufacturer has presented two new variants of the popular Scrambler model. The two bikes, Ducati Scambler Mach 2.0 and Full Throttle, were revealed at the Wheels and Waves event in Biarritz, having been driven to the event in convoy with a Volkswagen California Ocean and Amarok pick-up truck.

Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0

The Scrambler Mach 2.0 is based on the same platform and engine as the standard model. It is powered by a 803cc air-cooled L-twin engine that makes 73.90 bhp and 68 Nm.

The inspiration for the name Mach 2.0 comes from a motorcycle that printed the history of the Italian company during the sixties.

1965 Mach 1 250 was launched, becoming the classic of his time.
It should not be mentioned that the name should be associated with speed and movement, especially as the “mah” unit is for supersonic speed.

Elegant looks, the Scambler Mach 2.0 comes with a Flat Track Pro seat, an exhaust system in black, while fresh graphics are signed by Roland Sends.

They look remarkably similar to the Bell Cross Idol helmet and bring colors that resemble the trends that had been on the US West Coast during the 1970s.

Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0

The Scrambler Full Throttle, in 2017 it comes with a new “Shining Black” fuel tank, front mudguard and new side panels.

This is combined with a new fuel tank side-panel featuring a distinctive black chequerboard pattern on yellow stripes.

Ducati tried to make Scambler Mach 2.0 and Full Throttle a powerful impression on the event in France, after Borgo Panigale left on June 12th.

On the way, they embarked on two Volkswagen vans, which at the same time broadcast the live program of the radio Ducati Scrambler.

Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0

Upon arriving in Biarritz, this radio station became an official program of events, and will broadcast its program four times a day, until June 18th.

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