- Dec 19, 2010
Ducati murders out the Diavel in Diamond Black
Ducati Diavel in Diamond Black – Click above for high-res images
It doesn't get much hotter than the Ducati Diavel. The long-anticipated Italian performance cruiser was unveiled last month at the Milan Motorcycle Show, and now the legendary manufacturer is rolling out a new addition to the lineup.
Following what Ducati describes as "huge interest from enthusiastic show visitors," it's added a new Diamond Black color option: black paint over a black frame with black anodized headlamp body and air intakes. In other words, it's black.
Diamond Black apparently replaces the pearl white color and joins Red Carbon (gloss rosso over matte carbon weave), Black Carbon (contrasting carbon fiber weaves in matte and gloss finish) and traditional Ducati Red in the Diavel's catalog. It'll be available starting in February. In the meantime, you can read the announcement after the jump and check out the twin images in the gallery below.
DUCATI DIAVEL IN DIAMOND BLACK
Unveiled by Ducati at the Milan International Motorcycle Show last month, the innovative new Ducati Diavel will now also roll out in a stunning diamond black colour scheme following huge interest from enthusiastic show visitors.
Having grabbed global attention at the show, the Italian manufacturer collected instant feed-back from thousands of passionate motorcyclists viewing the bike for the first time and now respond immediately with an update to the Diavel colour options.
While the Diavel Carbon in "red carbon" (gloss red over matte carbon weave) with red frame and "black carbon" (both gloss and matte carbon weave) with black frame, was overwhelmingly loved alongside the Diavel in traditional Ducati Red, Ducati's response now replaces the originally presented pearl white with a brand new diamond black with black frame. The new scheme will be further enhanced with black anodised headlamp body and lateral air intakes.
The new colour has already been introduced to production and will be available alongside the entire Diavel range in February next year.