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Ducati Xdiavel

Ducati have given their popular Diavel Motorbike a relaxed cruiser feel with the new Ducati XDiavel, giving it a true feet-forward cruiser riding position. At the center of the XDiavel is the new Testastretta L-Twin engine with 156 hp, 9,500 RPM, and a colossal 95 lb-ft of torque, ensuring superbike muscle and a flat torque curve from the low rev range upwards. The styling looks fantastic, and the ride sounds pretty spectacular, plus it comes equipped with high tech features such as a proximity key, advanced traction control, multiple riding modes(such as drag-racing mode) and a belt drive, which is smoother and quieter than a chain-driven motorcycle. Stay tuned for an official release date and pricing.



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