Ducati have released pictures of a new 2018 paintscheme for their XDiavel S; Iceberg White, and the public will be able to see the bike in the flesh at this week's Faaker See Rally in Austria.
As well as the new colour, the 2018 XDiavel also gets upgraded suspension, aimed at improving comfort for both rider and pillion, according to Ducati.
Ducati put a huge amount of resources into creating the XDiavel, with the design team spending a lot of time in America trying to understand what makes a good bike for that particular market.
The XDiavel is powered by a 1262cc V-twin Testastretta engine (which we believe will power the new Multistrada), that produces 156bhp and 95ftlb of torque.
The XDiavel made a splash when it was unveiled in 2016 in all black, and scooped two design awards for its distinctive looks. And despite the cruiser styling of the XDiavel, it handles extremely well. It's fair to say it surprised us a little bit when we first rode the bike.
Consumer Editor, Emma Franklin spent 2016 living with a Ducati XDiavel, find out what she thought at our MCN Fleet page.
Availability and pricing details for the new Iceberg White XDiavel S have yet to be announced.
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