Ducati unveiled the Diavel at this year’s Milan Motorcycle Show (EICMA) in Italy. The bike features stunning looks and plenty of power, all in a package that comes in at a petite 456 pounds. The Diavel Testastretta 11 engine packs 162 horsepower and 94-lb-ft of torque providing authentic Ducati performance. Ducati is releasing two different versions of the Diavel, a base model and the Diavel Carbon, which uses carbon fiber to cut seven pounds off the base model. If you’re interested in a Diavel, start saving up: The base model starts at $16,995 and the Carbon version tacks on another three grand at $19,995.
From Ducati’s press release:
” The innovative new Ducati Diavel combines decades of twin-cylinder heritage and Italian style with a bold, world-beating technical confidence strong enough to extend the boundaries of motorcycle design.”
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