Ducati 2020 Diavel 1260 Naked Bike offers unusual, one-of-a-kind, and unique. Devil was impressed with his personality, design, bare handling of the game and excellent engine as he appeared at EICMA 2010.
The second-generation Diavel 1260 is based on the essence of this incredible bike which is updated while highlighting the essential aesthetic features.
The Diavel now has a more robust design and better performance, more enjoyment on mixed roads, and is even more comfortable for both riders and passengers. The naked character of the game is highlighted by the TestStrata DVT 1262 engine which provides breathtaking speed with smooth low rev power output suitable for everyday rides or long-distance travel.
The Diavel 1260 is more responsive on mixed road routes due to an updated chassis setup, while advanced technology and electronics provide brake performance on par with sport bikes (and it is securely secured thanks to Bosch Cornering ABS). And manages user-friendly engine performance. The rider and passenger experience is exceptional, first of all, due to a straight ride stand and a spacious, full pillow seat.
Ducati 2020 Diavel 1260 Naked Bike – Features and Price
Ducati 2020 Diavel 1260 Naked Bike has second-generation devil updates the essential visual elements of its predecessor: the front-facing body that gives the bike its aggressive attitude, the smooth tail and the massive 240 mm rear tire. Diavel 1260 has stylish features.
Sheet metal is used to build three tank structures. They are trimmed in the seat contact zone to improve rider ergonomics. The two sizeable brushed aluminum air intakes attached to the tank by a special colored C-frame provide individuality.
The short, compact tail includes a removable passenger-catching rail and lights, making the back of the Diavel 1260 a lightweight sport that dramatically contrasts with the strong front.
Another distinguishing feature of the Diavel 1260 is the water radiator side cover which has vertically stacked indicators that use “light blade” technology, a feature that requires extensive lighting design work. The bike has inserted a translucent “blade” into the signal. It includes visuals that, when activated by gestures, create a 3D effect that makes the Diavel 1260 easily recognizable.
The state-of-the-art headlamp with its characteristic top-to-bottom horse-groove-shaped DRL (S version) blends well with the smoke-colored nose firing that protects the devices, making the Diavel 1260 Makes the front end amazingly powerful.
Due to their neat shapes, the engine and frame play an important side-on stylistic role. The smooth integration of the elements is again seen in the details. For example, the amount of air for horizontal cylinder belts, which is incorporated in the cleaning of the stomach, consists of various electrical components and this oil radiator cover.
Additionally, the Diavel 1260 S’s stunning black and dark stealth paint provide a striking contrast between the bike’s ‘full black’ appearance and the red frame in its center giving the famous Ducati Trellis the aesthetic of the bike. Makes the center.
Ducati 2020 Diavel 1260 Naked Bike is powered by the same twin-cylinder 1262 cm3 Ducati Testastretta DVT engine that debuted on the XDiavel. Maps now provide better power transmission and China-type final transmission. This dual-cylinder Ducati engine has Desmodromic Variable Timing (DVT) which enables exceptional linear torque transmission at low rpm and sport bike performance at high revs. It is due to the DVT system that uses the valve timing adjuster to freely differentiate the time between the intake and the exhaust valve camshaft, which is connected to the ends of both camshafts.
The twin-cylinder Ducati Diavel 1260 engine has an engine bore and stroke of 106 and 71.5 mm, respectively. The compression ratio is 13: 1. At 9,500 rpm the maximum power is 159 hp and at 7,500 rpm, the maximum torque is 129 Nm. Fuel delivery with elliptical throttle bodies (equivalent to 56 mm in diameter) is carried out by the Bosch electronic injection system – is managed by a complete ride-by-wire system.
The Testastretta DVT 1262 features a dual spark (DS) system (i.e., two plugs per cylinder) and a secondary air system. The latter presents fresh air into the exhaust duct to complete the oxidation of unburned hydrocarbons and reduce the levels of contaminants such as HC and CO without affecting engine performance.
The Diavel 1260 Exhaust is a two-in-one system with a chamber-type body and two tailpipes. Exhaust pipe routing deliberately exposes the engine. Similarly, the center body is placed in front of the rear wheel making it practically unrecognizable.
Long service intervals
Ducati 2020 Diavel 1260 Naked Bike has sustained investment in quality ensured through design, advanced materials, and advanced engineering – enabling Ducati to provide highly competitive maintenance scheduling. Routine maintenance intervals have been increased to 15,000 km (or one year), and valve timing adjustments have been raised to 30,000 km providing obvious benefits to consumers. It was accomplished by using materials specific to the valve seats, improving combustion efficiency and controlling the operating temperature of the Testastretta DVT engine. Furthermore, the unique DVT method does not hinder the valve timing modification.
Ducati 2020 Diavel 1260 Naked Bike plays the Ducati Testastretta DVT 1262, a stressed chassis member with a steel tubular trail frame. It, like the cast aluminum sub-frame, is attached to the engine on two cylinder heads. Two forged aluminum plates enclose the die-cast aluminum single-sided swing arm and are connected to the engine. Diavel’s mixed road performance is precisely what you would expect from a Ducati-specific breed with its 1,600 mm wheelbase, nimble chassis layout and ability to achieve lean angles up to 41. The Diavel 1260 has a 27 headstock rack and 120 mm offset, resulting in exceptional front agility and feel as well as outstanding handling and a large steering lock.
Ducati 2020 Diavel 1260 Naked Bike has a fully adjustable 50 mm fork at the front. The left fork tube feature damping compression and spring pre-load adjustment while the correct line has rebound adjustment. It is equipped with a mono-shock with adjustable spring preload and damping rebound.
Brembo brakes (M50 monoblock on S version) with M4.32 radial monoblock calipers provide excellent braking performance on the front end of the Diavel 1260. Operated by a PR18 / 19 radial brake pump (on the PR 16/19 S version) with an integrated aluminum reservoir, the calipers hold two 320 floating discs. Instead, the 265mm disc is slowed down by a 2-piston Brembo caliper in the rear.
Tires and wheels
Diavel 1260 has 14-spoke wheels, a 3.5 “x 17” front wheel, and an 8.0 “x 17” rear wheel. The front wheel is fitted with 120/70 ZR17 tires, while the rear wheel is equipped with 240/45 ZR17. Pirelli Diablo Rosso III tires are included with the motorcycle. The tremendous rear tire uses dual-compound technology and EPT (Enhanced Patch Technology) to maximize the contact area at any lean angle, providing better traction during severe bending at corners while still being exceptional. Ensures mileage. Moving design and complex compound selection offer the best performance regardless of driving conditions.
Ducati 2020 Diavel 1260 Naked Bike – Price
The new Ducati 2020 Diavel 1260 Naked Bike is available at $20,295 only.
Ducati 2020 Diavel 1260 Naked Bike – Technical Specifications
|Ducati Testastretta DVT 1262, L-Twin cylinder, four valves per cylinder, Dual Spark, Liquid-cooled, Desmodromic Variable
|1,262 cc (77.0 cu in)
|Bore X Stroke
|106 x 71.5 mm
|13.0 : 1
|159 hp (117 kW) @ 9,500 rpm
|95 lb-ft (13.1 kgm, 129 Nm) @ 7,500 rpm
|Electronic fuel injection system, Øeq 56 mm elliptical throttle bodies with Ride-by-Wire system
|Stainless steel pipes and single muffler with twin tailpipes, Catalytic converter, and two lambda probes
|Straight cut gears, Ratio 1.84:1
|1=37/15, 2=30/17, 3=27/20, 4=24/22, 5=23/24, 6=22/25
|Chain, Front sprocket Z15, and Rear sprocket Z43
|Slipper & self-servo wet multi-plate clutch including hydraulic control
|Tubular steel trellis frame
|50 mm adjustable USD fork
|Light alloy cast 3.5″x17″
|Pirelli Diablo Rosso III 120/70 ZR17
|Monoshock, preload and rebound adjustable, Aluminium cast single-sided swingarm
|Light alloy cast 8.0″x17″
|Pirelli Diablo Rosso III 240/45 ZR17
|Wheel Travel (Front/Rear)
|120 mm / 130 mm (4.7 in / 5.1 in)
|2 x 320 mm semi-floating discs, Radially mounted Brembo monobloc 4-piston M4.32 calipers, PR18/19 radial master cylinder, Cornering ABS Evo
|Ø 265 mm disc, 2-piston Brembo floating caliper, Cornering ABS Evo
|3.5″ TFT color display and dedicated warning light display
Dimensions and Weights
|218 kg (481 lb)
|244 kg (538 lb)
|Wet Weight (No Fuel)
|233 kg (514 lb)
|780 mm (30.7 in)
|1,600 mm (63.0 in)
|120 mm (4.7 in)
|Fuel Tank Capacity
|17 l (4.5 US Gal)
|Number of Seats
|Riding Modes, Power Modes, Ducati Safety Pack (Cornering ABS Evo, Ducati Traction Control Evo DTC), Ducati Wheelie Control Evo (DWC)
|Cruise control, Ducati Power Launch Evo (DPL), Hands-Free, Backlit handlebar switches, 3.5″ TFT color display, Full LED lighting system, Self-cancelling turn indicators
|Ducati Quick Shift up/down Evo (DQS), Ducati Multimedia System (DMS), Antitheft system
Warranty and Maintenance
|24 months, Unlimited mileage
|Maintenance Service Intervals
|15,000 km (9,000 miles) / 12 months
|Valve Clearance Check
|30,000 km (18,000 miles)
Emissions and Consumption
|5.4 l/100 km