Ducati unveil Diavel Lamborghini limited edition

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Ducati have unveiled a new limited edition version of the Diavel 1260 in homage to sister company, Lamborghini.

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The Ducati Diavel Lamborghini will be limited to 630 units – because Lamborghini was founded in 1963 – each with a number plaque on the frame and a swathe of carbon fibre components including slightly reworked air intakes.

The bike is finished in a colour called Gea green and is the same as the paint on the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 unveiled last year. This car is also the inspiration for the gold frame and rims and the hexagonal carbon exhaust tips. Read more about the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 on sister title CAR magazine.

Ducati Diavel Lamborghini with car

Underneath all the bling, the bike is a Euro5 update of the Ducati Diavel 1260 S, which means Öhlins suspension front and rear and Brembo brakes, in this case with calipers painted Ducati red. Despite making it through tougher emissions regulations, power from the 1262cc Testastretta engine remains at 159bhp with 95lb.ft of torque.

You also get all the goodies that come with the standard 1260 S, including up and down quickshifter, lean sensitive rider aids with 6-axis IMU and TFT dash – although when you start this one it has a Lamborghini logo next to the Ducati one.

There’s no word yet on when the Diavel Lamborghini will be available or what it will cost, but if you have to ask…

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Ben Clarke

By Ben Clarke

Assistant Editor (Motorcycling), hick for life, two cylinders max