The Mach 2.0 is one of the six motorcycles from Ducati’s Scrambler range. It is based on the standard Scrambler Icon, however it gets a few cosmetic changes.
The bike sports a white, orange and yellow paint scheme reminiscent of the ‘70s West Coast style. The paint scheme is created by Roland Sands, a renowned designer from California and is similar to the Bell Cross Idol helmet. It also sports a flat track seat, black exhaust and black cylinder covers. The rest of the design remains the same as the standard bike with the round headlamp, alloy wheels, eccentrically mounted instrument cluster and the upright riding position.
The Scrambler Mach 2.0 is powered by a 803cc L-twin air-cooled engine that delivers 74bhp and 68Nm of torque, and is mated to a six-speed transmission. It rides on 41mm inverted forks up front and a preload adjustable rear monoshock; both Kayaba units. Braking duties are handled by Brembo with a 330mm front disc and a 245mm disc at the rear with ABS as standard. The seat height on the Scrambler Mach 2.0 is set at 790mm and has a kerb weight of 186 kg.
The bike is priced at Rs 8.52 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi) and directly competes with the Triumph Street Twin in India.