The Ducati Diavel for Bentley is $70k of Scarab Green Opulence
Only 500 to be made, plus an additional 50 reserved for Bentley customers
After gracing us with a Lamborghini edition Streetfigther V4 last year, Ducati announced another limited edition model that ties in with a member of the extended Volkswagen Group family. The new Ducati Diavel for Bentley will have a limited production run of 500 models plus an additional 50 examples reserved for Bentley customers.
And for those who thought $68,000 was asking a lot for the Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini, the limited edition Diavel raises the stakes to an even $70,000. The 50 reserved models, to be called the Ducati Diavel for Bentley Mulliner, will likely cost even more.
So, what do you get for $70k? For a start, you still get a Diavel V4 powered Ducati's 1,158 cc V4 Granturismo engine, and our recently-crowned Best Naked Motorcycle of 2023. Besides the ability to brag about spending more than 2.6 times the MSRP of a regular Diavel V4, you get a Scarab Green color that matches one of the colors of the even more exclusive Bentley Batur. The green paint is paired with Dark Titanium Satin forged rims and two-tone side air intakes that also match the Batur’s front grille.
You also get a number of carbon fiber covers and fenders, plus a black Alcantara seat with an embroidered Bentley logo. There’s also a new dual exhaust and cover that some people might find to be an aesthetic improvement over the Diavel V4’s quadruple-tip exhaust.
The even more exclusive 50 “Diavel for Bentley Mulliner” models set aside for Bentley customers will be built to order, with clients given the option to customize their bikes even further.
Each Diavel for Bentley will come with a certificate of authenticity plus a pillion seat and a motorcycle cover. Other special features include special animations for the TFT display and the LED matrix rear tailight. Even the wooden box each Diavel for Bentley will be delivered in, will be exclusively personalized for the new owner.
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