Insane One-Off Ducati Diavel AMG by Vilner [Photo Gallery]
Since adding more cool to an AMG machine is a very difficult task, you should not be surprised it took 9 months to design the new bike. Similarly to how long it takes for a new human being to be conceived and born, the Vilner AMG Diavel needed an immense amount of careful planning and revising the details until the modifying process could begin.
The only thing which sustained a high degree of re-working was the tail of the bike, now slimmer and sporting a more aggressive stance.
White was used for the frame and several other bodywork parts: the contrast enhances the mean nature of the Diavel as the visual effect puts more of the complex shapes on display.
New air ducts have been crafted, and they received black leather straps with contrasting white stitching, all in perfect harmony with the white swingarm covers and headlight trim. And since the rear end was changed, Vilner also reworked the suspension covers for the fork.
The AMG wheels, exhaust and the luxurious Alcantara embossed seat were left untouched, as there was nothing more one could do to make them better.
It looks like the owner of this Ducati Diavel AMG (#350, by the way) was not entirely happy with the degree of uniqueness of his ride. We totally understand the guy, but after these final Vilner touches the bike simply cannot get any more exclusive and singular.
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