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Ducati India is leaving no stone unturned for their new products in the market. The Italian manufacturer has announced yet another new launch for the Indian market. Ducati has announced that it will soon launch the Scrambler Mach 2.0 in India. With the new Scrambler, the manufacturer will also bring in the updated Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle.

Ducati Scrambler 2.0_3

The Scrambler Mach 2.0 comes with a lot of cosmetic updates. Ducati has added new features to the motorcycle too. The motorcycle was unveiled at the Wheels and Waves festival in France. The motorcycle has been created in collaboration with Roland Sands, who is a renowned designer based out of California. The motorcycle is inspired y the Bell Cross Idol helmet that comes from the 2017 Scrambler apparel collection.

The new motorcycle features a low slung cross-section aluminium handlebar, Flat Track Pro seat, black exhaust cover and engine head. It also gets Cafe Racer brushed fins. The motorcycle also gets new body graphics that have been designed by Roland Sands Design.

Engine wise, the motorcycle will stay be powered by the same 803 cc engine. The L-Twin, Desmodromic, 4-valve engine is also available with the regular Scrambler and it produces a maximum power 75 Bhp and peak torque of 68 Nm.

Ducati Scrambler 2.0_1

The name comes from the legendary 1965 Ducati Mach 1 250, which shared its engine with the scramble 250. It also gets 41mm upside down Kayaba front fork and a Kayaba pre-load and rebound adjustable rear mono-shock holding the steel trellis frame. The front and rear wheel travel is 150mm. The motorcycle gets an 18-inch aluminum wheel with 110-section Pirelli MT 60 RS, while the rear wheel is a 17-inch 180-section Pirelli MT 60 RS. The Scrambler Mach 20 uses a 330mm front disc brake and 245 mm rear disc brake. Both the brakes get ABS standard.

Ducati Scrambler 2.0_2

Ducati will also update the Full Throttle with a black tank and black front mudguard. There is a new chequered flag motif on the side panel and a yellow strip graphic to give it a sportier outlook.

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