Limited edition Diavel Titanium set for launch

Ducati Diavel Titanium

Ducati has unveiled another new model at EICMA, this time the Diavel Titanium.

To all extents and purposes, the Diavel is a high-end cruiser, and the Titanium trim level adds further exclusivity to its line-up.

The titanium and carbon fibre obsessed model will be limited to just 500 production units and each will be individually numbered with a tank-mounted plate.

As well as a unique production number, the Titanium option essentially adds titanium and carbon fibre to standard versions, as you’d expect from the name.

That’s evident across the fuel tank, on the headlight cover and the carbon fibre passenger seat cover from the Diavel Carbon also gets a dose of titanium.

Carbon fibre features complete the high-end look of the Diavel Titanium and surround the windscreen, fenders and radiator covers.

All in all it makes for an imposing looking super cruiser but the differences between it and the rest of the Diavel range are aesthetic rather than anything else.

It keeps the Diavel’s three riding modes of Sport, Touring and Urban and also comes with Ducati Traction Control (DTC) and ABS. It also keeps the Testastretta Dual-Spark engine.

The Diavel Titanium will go on sale in 2015 and pricing details are expected to be revealed closer to its launch.

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