Ducati recently launched its power-cruiser, the Diavel 1260 in India with a sticker price of Rs 17.70 lakhs for the standard variant and Rs 19.25 lakhs for the Diavel 1260 S. We bring to you details of the motorcycles through this image gallery.
The Ducati Diavel 1260 sports the muscular silhouette of the previous model although with styling cues from the XDiavel that make it even more aggressive.
It sports a horseshoe-shaped LED DRL, a split-LED tail lamp along with LED self-canceling turn indicators.
The Diavel 1260 sports twin slash-cut exhausts and a single-sided swingarm that exposes the rear wheel.
Furthermore, the Diavel 1260 comes with a floating-seat design that shows off the huge 240/45 section rear tyre.
Underneath the new steel trellis frame is a 1262cc, L-twin Testastretta DVT engine that produces 157bhp and 129Nm. It comes with a six-speed gearbox.
Suspension duties are taken care of by adjustable 50mm inverted forks upfront and a monoshock at the rear. The 1260 S sports Ohlins suspension hardware.
Braking on the standard model is done by Brembo M4 calipers at the front whereas the Diavel 1260 S sports higher-spec M50 calipers. At the rear, both models use a single-disc with a floating caliper.
The bike comes with a 3.5-inch TFT display, 6-axis IMU, optional quick shifter (standard on S variant), cornering ABS, 8-levels traction control, 8-levels of wheelie control, launch control and a cruise control system.
Ducati is offering the Diavel 1260 two colour schemes of Sandstone Grey and Thrilling Black and a Dark Stealth paint which is exclusive to the Diavel 1260 S.