Italian bike maker Ducati has launched the Diavel superbike in India. The latest motorcycle from the Ducati stable is available in two variants, the Diavel Standard and the Diavel Carbon. The bike is priced at Rs. 17.06 lakh for the base, the Carbon variant is priced at Rs. 22.06 lakh and the top end Carbon Red variant is priced at Rs. 22.43 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom).
Italian muscle bike Diavel weighs in at 204 kg and from its 12 valve L-twin cylinder engine produces 162 hp @ 9500rpm and 127.5Nm of torque power on the twist of throttle. Head lights sport LED and the whole bike is supported by the big 240 section rear Pirelli tyre. The bike is packed with a host of technological features like Ducati Traction Control, ABS, Riding Mode Selection which range from Touring, Urban and Sports Mode.
“The Diavel is, without any doubt, the most exciting innovation in the Ducati 2011 line because it represents a new concept of motorcycle. It is a naked bike because it is essential, light and agile; a cruiser because it is imposing and also comfortable with a passenger; and a sports bike because it has a powerful heart, muscles, and levels of performance that take your breath away. Until now, no segment has ever captured these characteristics in just one motorcycle,” Mr. Mirko Bordiga, CEO DUCATI Asia Pacific, said.
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