Using the Wheels and Waves event in Biarritz, France as a backdrop, Ducati unveiled two new versions of the Scrambler Ducati – the Mach 2.0 and the Full Throttle with new graphics, during the weekend of June 14 to 18. Graphics for these lifestyle machines are by renowned American designer Roland Sands, who has had a hand in creating custom versions of the Ducati Panigale 1299 S and X Diavel.

The Mach 2.0 takes its name from the 1965 Ducati Mach 1 250, a version of the Scrambler 250 of the same era. The Mach 2.0 comes with low-slung, tapered aluminium handlebars, and features a dedicated Flat Track Pro seat, black exhaust and cylinder head covers, plus cafe racer-style brushed cooling fins.

As for the Full Throttle, in 2017 it comes with a new “Shining Black” tank and front mudguard. This is combined with a new fuel tank side-panel featuring a distinctive black chequerboard pattern on yellow stripes.

Both retro-styled machines arrived at Biarritz after leaving Ducati’s headquarters in Borgo Panigale, Italy on June 12, travelling together with a Volkswagen California Ocean and a Volkswagen Amarok. The Amarok was converted into a mobile radio station broadcasting the Radio Ducati Scrambler live podcast.

In Malaysia, the Ducati Scrambler range features the 400 cc Scrambler Sixty2, which retails for RM49,999. The bigger Ducati Scramblers carry an 803 cc air-cooled V-twin that comprises of the Urban Enduro, Classic and Full Throttle at RM62,999 and the Scrambler Icon at RM52,499.

Introducing MACH 2.0!

A BRAND NEW SCRAMBLER! MACH2.0 live unveil from #WheelsandWaves!

Posted by Scrambler Ducati on 14hb Jun 2017