2011 Ducati Diavel Gets New Color Scheme

After making an impressive appearance at the Milan International Motorcycle Show last month, the innovative new Ducati Diavel will now be available in a new color scheme, in response to feedback from motorcycle show visitors. Dubbed Diamond Black, the new colour scheme will replace the originally presented Pearl White variant.

“Having grabbed global attention at the show, the Italian manufacturer collected instant feed-back from thousands of passionate motorcyclists viewing the bike for the first time and now respond immediately with an update to the Diavel colour options,” a company statement reads.

On the other hand, the Diavel Carbon in "red carbon" (gloss red over matte carbon weave) with red frame was overwhelmingly loved alongside the "black carbon" (both gloss and matte carbon weave) with black frame.

Also, the black livery will be further enhanced with a black anodized headlamp body and lateral air intakes.

The new black diamond color has already been incorporated into production plans and will be available alongside the entire Diavel range this February at authorized Ducati dealerships.

The 2011 Ducati Diavel comes as blend between a naked street bike (as it is light and agile), a cruiser (imposing and comfortable) and a sports bike (powerful, offering a high level of performance). The power cruiser is propelled by a 1198cc L-Twin cylinder, four-valve per cylinder, liquid cooled Testastretta 11° motor, which produces a maximum of 162 bhp of power and 94 lb-ft (128 Nm) of torque.

In the United States, pricing has been set at $16,995 for the 2011 Diavel, $19,995 for the Diavel Carbon and $20,395 for the Carbon “Red” version. Pricing details for the newly added Diamon Black scheme is yet to be announced.
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