For the past two weeks, Ducati has been taking feedback online and at motorcycle shows on the new 2011 Ducati Diavel power cruiser. The Bologna brand has clearly taken some of the constructive criticism to heart, as it’s begun tinkering with the design of the Diavel. Replacing the the white version of the Diavel, Ducati has released photos of the Ducati Diavel Diamond Black, an all-black version of the Diavel that has a black anodized headlamp and air intakes.
The Ducati Diavel Diamond Black features a glossy black tank, which stands out against the bike’s revised matte black air intakes. Making for a sinister approach to the Diavel, we can see why Ducati opted to add this bike into the line-up, and drop the not-so-attractive white variant. With the Diavel Carbon hitting the pocketbook for a cool $19,995, we expect the Diavel Diamond Black to be the Diavel Ducati converts want in their garage.
In addition to the Diamond Black, Ducati will also be dropping the red Diavel’s ugly as sin brushed metal looking air intakes for the matte black revisions, which should help bring that bike’s style into more appealing standards (we’d go with color-matched intakes, but hey that’s just us talking).