Future Ducati Diavel Spied On The Public Roads

After Ducati unleashed its Diavel model at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer let loose another kind of “devil” to roam the streets.

Sporting some light camouflage and a low, aggressive stance, this Diavel may seem similar to the current variant, but it’s a completely different animal. In fact, it looks like it’s going to slowly evolve into a full-on cruiser, which is a little irritating given the fact that the current model guides its “existence” after the “Don’t call me a cruiser” motto.

Still, the higher degree steering angle, the elongated fuel tank, the new position of the rear shocks and the laid-back sitting position indicate a whole different approach for the motorcycle. Moreover, our spy photographers indicate that this bike is running on a belt-driven drivetrain, instead of a chain.
So, will the Diavel lose the hardcore 162 Hp 1198cc, V-Twin Testastretta 11° Dual Spark engine in the process? Highly unlikely, although by the looks of it, it will probably trade some horsepower for some torque. By: carscoops

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