For those to whom their bike means their life and for those who consider their bike as an object of desire, Ducati has made just the right bike for these folks who wouldn't want to let their eyes off their priced possession. Introducing the Ducati Diavel Titanium. This is an equivalent to a machine that should belong to a Royal family ruling an entire nation or a businessman who makes money out of oil or diamonds and precisely meant for someone with the desire to inundate the public with the power of their obsession.
The Titanium version of the Diavel is something that was rather unexpected from Ducati considering the fact that they make brilliant motorcycles without looking too absurd with their ideas. They always had proper motorcycles but with this bike, Ducati says it aims at creating a wilder attachment with the bike and for those who seek to “beautify” the motorcycle with whatever upgrades possible. The answer was given by Ducati alone and would have probably said “stop, we've done everything for you, you don't need to look elsewhere” and they certainly have with the Titanium.
The Titanium is a special and limited edition bike meant for the lucky few. It brings together the class of craftsmanship and beauty and enhances the overall appearance and quality of construction to exceptional levels. Based clearly on the Diavel, the significant changes made to the bike are in the usage of materials on the exterior and that includes a titanium fuel tank, titanium headlight cover, carbon fibre air intakes, a titanium seat cover and a seat that's hand – stitched using Alcantara premium leather. The usage of carbon fibre and Titanium accentuate the stance of the bike and falls nothing short of a premium performer. Dark Chrome elements along the sides of the bike gives a smooth flowing profile for the motorcycle and is sure to make a lot of heads turn. The engine remains the same as the Diavel and uses a 1198.4cc Testastretta 11º engine that produces 162hp @ 9500RPM and 130.5Nm of torque @ 8000RPM mated to a 6-speed gearbox. Forged lightweight aluminium wheels that are blacked out offer performance as well as appeal and comes with ABS and three riding modes and Ducati Traction Control and the exhaust tubes are done with a Zircotec Ceramic lining. Overall, Ducati has given the bike just the right amount of treatment it deserves and the refinement levels have gone sky high. The combination of artistic imagery and unparalleled technological innovation should make this bike a rare treasure and a golden machine in the history books.
Ducati did say that the bike would be a limited edition and so they have decided to produce a handsome 500 units of the Diavel Titanium with each being numbered. The price in Rupees of the bike comes to approximately Rs 37 Lacs.
Ducati's Diavel Titanium is a one-of-a-kind motorcycle
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