Limited edition Ducati Diavel Diesel : Overview
The Italian motorcycle company giant Ducati has launched its limited edition model Diavel Diesel in India. The first showcase was at Milan’s fashion week 2017. The bike is born out of a magical collaboration of two favorite brands. Creative director of Diesel licenses, Andrea Rosso and the Ducati design center came forward to bring up one of the most awaited motorcycles into reality. The duo Brands previously worked together to develop the Monster Diesel in 2012. Deliveries of the Diavel Diesel in the Indian sub-continent are expected to commence from August 2017. The sale of the bike is limited to just 666 units. The ex-showroom price in India was announced to be 19.9 lakh.
Design and Concept of the Ducati Diavel Diesel
The typical Diavel structure characterizes the design of the bike. It seems to be just the right combination of the post-apocalyptic and retro-futuristic world. The company is producing a limited number of bikes. Each bike is made unique by mentioning its serial number by a plate on the frame. The motorcycle also characterizes elements like brushed steel, visible welds, and rivets. Ducati, Diavel, and Diesel are three words, each containing six letters giving rise to the idea of limiting the manufacture to 666. “A perfect amalgamation of Ducati’s signature design, safety and performance and Diesel’s craftsmanship and style, the Diavel Diesel is unique in every sense,” said Ducati MD(India) Ravi Avalur.
Further, the bike features hand brushed superstructures of steel which makes it retro as well as unique. The tank cover and headlight fairing portray excellent craftsmanship and style whenever we look at it. Genuine leather is used to stitch the entire seat. The pyramid symbol is displayed on it which depicts the three D’s of the name of the motorcycle. Minute details are also taken care with great importance, and the above fact is clearly visible if we look at the color scheme as well.
Specifications and Exhaust system
The heart of the Diavel Diesel contains a Testastretta 11° Dual Spark system. These engine systems have been time tested and have won many championships on racetracks across the globe. The engine churns out a power of a massive 160 bhp at 9,250 rpm. The max torque developed is a whopping 130 Nm at 8,000 rpm. The system is modulated with a ride by wire management along with a slipper clutch.
The vehicle also offers a seat height of 770mm and a 50mm front fork. Brembo Brakes guarantee the braking performance. It gives enough stopping power with a 320mm twin semi-floating discs on the front and a 265mm disc at the rear. The exhaust system of the Ducati is another piece of Marvel at which one can awe. The black Zircotec ceramic coating makes the exhaust system look stealthy. The black silencers with billet end caps also bear the pyramid logo.
Safety and Exclusive features
The 240 mm rear tire specially developed by Pirelli for the Diavel provides enough confidence and personality to the bike. They also allow comfort and better handling as well. The unique feature of the vehicle is that it has the Ducati Safety Pack (DSP). The system is designed to provide enough safety while driving. The Bosch ABS along with Traction control with eight levels completes the entire package.
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