Ducati has added the Mach 2.0 to the Scrambler range in India, priced at Rs 8,52,000 ex-showroom, Pan India.
The Scrambler Mach 2.0 was created in collaboration with Roland Sands, renowned Californian designer, and inspired by the Bell Cross Idol helmet, with its colours evoking the world and ambience typical of the West Coast of the 1970s.
As for the name, it has been inspired by the Mach 1 – a 250 cc single-cylinder motorcycle from 1965.
Powering the bike is the same 803 cc L-Twin engine as the rest of the Scrambler range, producing 73 hp @ 8,250 rpm and 67 Nm of torque @ 5,750 rpm. The engine is paired to a 6-speed gearbox.
Front suspension is a 41 mm upside-down forks, while the rear is Kayaba (KYB) with pre-load and rebound adjustable. Front brake is a 330 mm disc with 4-piston caliper, while the rear is a 245 mm disc with single piston caliper. ABS comes as standard.
Front wheel measures 18-inch shod with Pirelli 110/80 tyre while the rear measures 17-inch shod with 180/55 from Pirelli as well.