The color palette of the 2021 Ducati Diavel 1260 Bike for Model 2021 has been revised. The standard model is now available in Black Finishes: Dark Stealth Coloring features matte black for superstructures and combines it with black codes, a black frame, and black mechanical parts. In various complements.
Powerful For the best riding experience, a rider must be muscular but also active and efficient between curves. The new Devil 1260 combines the performance of a naked sport bike with the comfort of a muscle cruiser. The 159 hp TestStreeta DVT 1262 engine, the core of this new Devil 1260, is seamlessly integrated into its design, redefining the Devil tradition. With a contemporary appearance.
2021 Ducati Diavel 1260 Bike – Features and Specs
To offer an even more robust, sharper personality, the new Diavel 1260 reworks the core components of the old design. Recognition of its definition is sophisticated. Powerful but beautiful lines are the ideal wedding for a maxi sport naked and muscular cruiser. The new Diavel 1260 is undoubtedly designed to stand out.
But how did the design of the new 2021 Ducati Diavel 1260 Bike come about? The Centro Stile Ducati and R&D Division worked closely together from the beginning of the design process and maintained the speed until the motorbike was fully ready.
Everything starts with a creative idea. Initially, the designer first leads by sketching the motorcycle designs on paper. This procedure goes to the graphics tablet, where the designer prepares the final rendering by completing and explaining the design features and preparing the forms more accurately.
Ratio modeling and virtual modeling
Designer sketches are used in the second phase to create a 3D virtual model of the motorcycle. Using this virtual model, the pre-clay is combined into a scale model. Using this model, the size, proportions, and possibilities of the designer’s proposal are estimated, which is the first on a 1: 1 scale. Following the proportion model, the process proceeds with a return to virtual modeling, which enables adjustments and revisions to create another 3D virtual model that will be used for milling the soil.
Clay and fine-tuning
Following the creation of the pre-clay model, the process continues with a return to virtual modeling, enabling adjustments and improvements to create another 3D virtual model that will be used for the clay mill. A new, full-scale model has been created using clay-like material similar to the previous 3D virtual model. Clay is used to reviving the concept of design, while sketch only expresses it. Designers and model makers work closely together during this crucial phase, which lasts for about two months and results in the final shape and details of the motorcycle.
Driving Mode, Bosch ABS Cornering EVO, DTC, DWC, Cruise Control, DPL EVO, Hands-Free, Handle Bar Switchback Lighting, Full LED Lighting System, Self Canceling Turn Indicators, and 3.5 ” TFT color display.
A Modern Man
The new devil, which has a long, slender rear wheel of 240 mm, features muscle lines and a protruding front that highlights its strong and restless spirit. The color palette of the Diavel 1260 has been modified. The base model is now offered in black, while the S model is presented in Ducati Red with white graphics. A new, sporty Diavel 1260 S that doesn’t compromise on its distinctive appearance.
The Engine Rules the Most
The Testastretta DVT 1262 engine, a symbol of strength, beauty, and sophistication, serves as the basis for the new Diavel. With 157 horsepower, it has incredible acceleration and pick-up, and a flat, permanent torque curve at low rpm makes transmission smooth and manageable. Combined with the Ride by Wire (RbW) control, three riding and three power modes enable custom engine response. A real game changer on the road and great beauty in mechanics and design.
Enjoy the Best Kind of Ride
In the new Diavel, relaxation and play meet. The adjustable fork provides comfort and stability, while the trail frame ensures light weight and torsional rigidity. A long handlebar, a lower seat, and the ideal arrangement of central footpegs, with a pleasant and comfortable riding position, complements the focus on ergonomics. Ohlins suspensions are used in the S variant to ensure a vibrant and exciting riding experience.
The color palette of Diavel 1260 for Model 2020 has been revised. The standard model is now available in black finishes: Dark stealth coloring features matte black for superstructures and is paired with black codes, a black frame, and black mechanical parts in various complements.
For the best riding experience, the rider must be muscular but also active and efficient between curves. The new Devil 1260 combines the performance of a naked sport bike with the comfort of a muscle cruiser. The 159 hp TestStreeta DVT 1262 engine, the core of this new Devil 1260, has been seamlessly integrated into its design, redefining the evil tradition. With a modern look.
2021 Ducati Diavel 1260 Bike – Price
The new 2021 Ducati Diavel 1260 Bike is available at $23,395 only.
2021 Ducati Diavel 1260 Bike – Technical Specifications
|Engine||Testastretta DVT 1262, V2 – 90°, four valves per cylinder, Desmodromic Variable Timing, Dual Spark, liquid-cooled|
|Displacement||1,262 cc (77.0 cu in)|
|Bore x stroke||106 mm x 71.5 mm|
|Power||162 hp (119 kW) @ 9,500 rpm
157 hp (116 kW) @ 9,250 rpm
159 hp (117 kW) @ 9,500 rpm
|Torque||13.2 kgm (129 Nm, 95 lb-ft) @ 7,500 rpm|
|Fuel injection||Electronic fuel injection system, Øeq 56 mm elliptical throttle bodies with Ride-by-Wire system|
|Exhaust||Stainless steel muffler, catalytic converter, and two lambda probes|
|Primary drive||Straight cut gears, ratio 1.84:1|
|Ratio||1=37/15, 2=30/17, 3=27/20, 4=24/22, 5=23/24 6=22/25|
|Final drive||Chain, Front sprocket z15, rear sprocket z43|
|Clutch||Slipper & self-servo wet multi-plate clutch including hydraulic control|
|Frame||Tubular steel trellis frame|
|Front Suspension||Adjustable Ø 50 mm USD fork|
|Front-wheel||Light alloy, cast, 3.5″x17″|
|Front tire||Pirelli Diablo Rosso III 120/70 ZR17|
|Rear Suspension||Preload and rebound adjustable mono-shock, single-sided aluminum cast swingarm|
|Rear wheel||Light alloy, cast, 8.0″ x 17″|
|Rear tire||Pirelli Diablo Rosso III 240/45 ZR17|
|Wheel travel (front/rear)||120 mm / 130 mm (4.7 in / 5.1 in)|
|Front brake||2 x Ø 320 mm semi-floating discs, radial-mounted Brembo monobloc 4-piston M4.32 calipers, PR18/19 radial master cylinder, Cornering ABS|
|Rear brake||Ø 265 mm disc, Brembo 2-piston floating caliper, Cornering ABS|
|Instrumentation||3.5″ TFT color display and dedicated warning light display|
Dimensions and weights
|Dry weight||223 kg (492 lb)|
|Kerb weight||249 kg (549 lb)|
|Seat height||780 mm (30.7 in)|
|Wheelbase||1,600 mm (63.0 in)|
|Trail||120 mm (4.7 in)|
|Fuel tank capacity||17 l (4.5 US gal)|
|Number of seats||2|
|Safety equipment||Riding Modes, Power Modes, Cornering ABS, Ducati Traction Control, Ducati Wheelie Control, full-LED lighting system|
|Standard equipment||Ducati Power Launch, cruise control, hands-free, backlit handlebar switches, 3.5″ TFT color display|
|Ready for||Ducati Quick Shift, Ducati Multimedia System|
Warranty and maintenance
|Warranty||24 months, unlimited mileage|
|Maintenance||15,000 km (9,000 mi) / 12 months|
|Valve clearance check||30,000 km (18,000 mi)|
Emissions and Consumption
|Co2 emissions||129 g/km|
|Consumption||5.5 l/100 km|