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2015 Ducati Diavel Hi-Res Picture Galore

As we reported earlier, Ducati showed their revised version of the Diavel at the Geneva motor show. Introduced as a 2015 model year, the new Diavel retains the muscle bike DNA and receives several upgrades and updates to keep Ducati’s best-selling bike fresh and alluring.
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Keeping the faith in the Performance Redefined slogan, Ducati has endowed the new Diavel with the latest iteration of the Testastretta 11° Dual Spark engine and provided a lot of other functional and aesthetic enhancements. For starters, the headlight was completely redesigned and it now uses all-LED illumination.

On the aesthetics side, the new bike sports redesigned air intakes, a new, more comfortable dual seat which can be covered, new exhausts and a revise tail section.

The 2015 Diavel also comes loaded with other top-notch Ducati technologoies, such as ABS, Ducati Traction Control and Ducati Riding Modes, all concurring to provide a better riding experience in a multitude of scenarios. The rear 240mm Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tire has been specially designed to be a nifty complement for the 120mm front one and offer top handling.


With the new RbW engine, the 2015 Ducati Diavel produces 162 horsepower @9,250 rpm and 96.2 lb-ft (130.5 Nm) @8,000 rpm and is mated to a 6-speed transmission. Add in the Marzocchi fork, monoblock Brembo ABS brakes and a dry weight of 210 kg (463 lbs), the 2015 Diavel surely is a thrilling bike to ride.

As Ducati states, the new Diavel is available in “Dark Stealth livery, a black trellis frame and black wheels. The Diavel Carbon offers the choice of traditional Ducati Red over Matte Carbon with red frame or the stunning new Star White over Matte Carbon with white frame, both with black, forged wheels by Marchesini, turned and milled to expose the natural aluminium.”

 
 
 
 
 

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