Ducati and Bentley joined forces to unveil a limited-edition Diavel, offered in two variants: a base model limited to 500 units and an exclusive Mulliner option, restricted to a mere 50 examples. Inspired by the Bentley Batur, the limited-edition Ducati Diavel boasts a revamped design accentuated by new features, including forged wheels in Dark Titanium Satin, side air intakes echoing the Batur’s two-tone grille, a front mudguard, fairing inspired by the hood’s ribs, and a black Alcantara seat resembling the car’s interior.
The motorcycle’s paintwork is adorned in Bentley Mulliner’s signature Scarab Green color.
Mechanically, the Diavel remains unchanged; both bikes are equipped with a 1.2-liter (1,158 cc) V4 Granturismo engine, generating 168 hp (125 kW / 170 PS).
The unveiling of the Diavel for Bentley took place at a dedicated event held during Art Basel week in Miami Beach, where it was presented to the public.
Surprisingly, both Bentley and Ducati have not disclosed the pricing details for their 168bhp bikes; however, it’s safe to assume that they won’t come with an affordable price tag.
*UPDATE: Deliveries will begin next summer and will be offered in the U.S. with a base price of $70,000, while the Mulliner variant will be priced at $90,000. Each motorcycle will be delivered in a unique personalized wooden case, and owners will also receive a motorcycle cover along with a certificate of authenticity.
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