The new chassis features a steeper steering geometry (27-degree rake), a more balanced weight distribution bias, and more generous ground clearance for that sporty ride that must always be associated with the Ducati name. In addition, the new Diavel adopts an updated version of the most sophisticated edition of the Testastretta V-twin, the 1,260cc DVT (Desmodromic Variable Timing) that delivers 159 hp at 9,500 rpm, with 95.2 peak pound-feet of torque at 7,500 rpm. One top of to the very sophisticated desmo variable timing, this unit now features twin spark ignition and secondary air induction to make it fully Euro 4 compliant while delivering its massive power and torque. The S version features Öhlins suspension units, an upgraded performance braking system, and Ducati’s quick-shift up and down. The Diavel styling has grown leaner and meaner for a unique sports power cruiser like none other.