Ducati Unveiled the $20,000 Diavel Motorbike
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Would you rather buy a car or a motorbike with $20,000? The answer to this question really depends on how crazy you are about bikes. So, for those of you who would be willing to spend their life savings on a top notch motorcycle, here is one interesting piece of news.
The new Diavel from Ducati is an Italian muscle stallion with 162 horsepower and 94 lb-ft of maximum torque. Light and fast, the Diavel weighs only 210 kg (462 lbs), and for an extra $3000 you can get an even lighter version of the base $17,000. The carbon-fiber version costs $20,000 and it weighs 207 kg (which means 455.4 lbs).
Powered by a Ducati Testastretta 11ᵒ, the bike features – among other things – a three-mode ride-by-wire throttle, a low-positioned seat with a height of only 30.3 inches, hands free ignition, LED lighting, Brembo anti-lock brakes, 14-spoke, 17 inch wheels, and a full color LCD screen mounted on the tank displaying different functions.