2015 Limited Edition Ducati Diavel Titanium

Nov 7, 2014

Category: Rides

Making its debut at the EICMA 2014 in Milan and aimed squarely at the upper financial class of riders, Ducati’s 2015 Limited Edition Diavel Titanium is the company’s most expensive bike in the Diavel line.

It shares the same design and capabilities with all the other Diavel models with premium materials like lightweight titanium, but it separates itself from the pack with tons of carbon fiber, including on the redesigned air intakes, windscreen and mudguards, titanium covers on the headlight and gas tank, and a hand-stitched alcantara and leather seat —there’s no shortage of luxury performance here. It’s powered by the Testastrella 162 hp engine featured on the other Diavel models, and only 500 of these beauties will be built. No word on a price yet, but it will clearly be costly. [Purchase]

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