A bike meant for the richest of the rich, Ducati has produced this elegant beast treated with pure luxury. Based on the Diavel, the sport cruiser, the Titanium version is a bike that is aimed at increasing the desire for the bike. From the name itself, the bike gets a fair good amount of Titanium inputs. A titanium fuel tank, titanium headlight cover, forged black wheels, carbon fibre air intakes, dark chrome tips on the frame, a seat purely hand – stitched and made of Alcantara. The instrument cluster displays the selected riding modes, current gear, mileage etc. Although the bike may look heavy, it comes fairly light, weighing at 205kg (dry weight). The Diavel Titanium gets the same engine as the Diavel, the Testastretta Dual Spark engine producing 162bhp. The exhaust pipes are another attraction which Ducati claims is finished using a Zircotec Ceramic Lining. Ducati says that only 500 units of the bike will be produced and each one will be numbered.
Ducati has stopped the production of its motorcycle Diavel Titanium and hence the given price is not relevant. If you want to check the price of second hand Diavel Titanium, try our Bike Valuation Tool.
The given price can change depending on the colour and other features like alloy wheels, disc brakes, accessories etc.