The ultra-luxurious version of the Ducati Diavel will finally be available as of May 2015, for a staggering 28,990 euros. Graced with a handcrafted artisanal finish, the Diavel Titanium combines titanium, carbon fiber and even Alcantara.
The defining features of the Diavel Titanium, first unveiled at the 2014 Milan Motorcycle Show, are its titanium broad tank and headlamp covers, carbon fiber air intakes, dark chrome finish on the frame and a hand-stitched seat made of Alcantara. The engine is a latest generation Testastretta 11° Dual Spark engine unleashing 162 horses. It's worth mentioning that its profile is meant to evoke the silhouette of a sprinter in the starting blocks.
The 17-liter tank is the central piece of the Diavel Titanium. Its long and flowing lines sweep from the headlamp to the back chassis, passing by the seat, to create a beautiful profile. In the front, a display screen indicates the riding mode selected (Sport, Touring or Urban), the current gear and even total and/or day mileage.
The Diavel Titanium features unique, machine-finished wheels forged from lightweight aluminum to give it an urban and stylish look. The bike only weighs 205kg dry.
Production of the Ducati Diavel Titanium is limited to 500 worldwide, each one numbered.
The Diavel Dark and Diavel carbon are still available for 18,490 and 21,990 euros respectively.