At the EICMA 2013 International Motorcycle Exhibition earlier this month, Ducati took the opportunity to introduce the 2014 model year of the Diavel to the public. The Diavel is available in four trims to choose: the Diavel, Dark, Carbon and Strada, all of which is powered by the 1198cc Corse-derived Testastretta 11° v-twin with slipper clutch and mated to a ride by wire throttle system.
The engine produces 162 hp and 94lb-ft of torque. The base diavel comes in two color options: Red or Blue, all of which is dressed up with large, classic racing stripes on its tank and the tail section. The Diavel dark is the blacked-out model, while lightweight Carbon variant uses the multiple carbon fiber bodywork components.
The last trim, touring-oriented Diavel Strada, adds fixed pillion rider footpegs, heated grips, and luggage system with integrated grab rails and a dedicated backrest for the passenger. The Strada also comes equipped with new and broader windshield, a touring seat, and its bars have been moved back by 60mm and raised by 15mm.