Watch the Ducati Diavel Get Built in 1 Minute

02/23/2011 @ 10:28 am, by Jensen Beeler6 COMMENTS

Here’s a cool time-lapse video put together by MCN that follows the 2011 Ducati Diavel power cruiser getting built at Ducati’s Bologna factory. Ducati is currently building 40 Diavel’s per day on its rolling assembly line, but that number is set to increase by 50% in the coming weeks as the Italian company predicts strong sales in the summer months. As was seen last year with the Multistrada 1200, Ducati expects the Diavel to lead the company’s sales in 2011.

Source: MCN

  • BBQDog

    My favorite video: watch the new Ducati SuperMono being build in a minute (wisfull thinking).

  • Other Sean

    I’ll be going to the factory in June for a pilgrimage/tour. But if they want to show me the Diavel assembly line, I’ll say “Thanks but no thanks, which way to the museum?”

  • Jesse

    I’m not sure why, but I think I’m the only person in the country who loves this bike. I’m a huge VMax fan though, so I love the posture of this one. I’ve never been one for history or sentimentality either, so I take this bike as it is, and not as the affront to Ducati lovers everywhere (since I’m not really a Ducati lover to begin with, I guess my opinion is coming from a different direction)

    I really didn’t think Ducati did very well with street bikes. I guess that was the whole point, but most guys I know who ride Ducatis never hit the track with them, so all that no-compromise, race-only focus of design was in fact, a huge compromise, especially if the rider only ever used the bike on the road. This looks like a bike that could really see some street miles and do ok with them.

  • Baldy bonce

    does’nt look much better built does it

  • Silver

    I sat on one at the bike show in Minneapolis (which Ducati North America decided to skip, nice (sarcasm) and the bike looked a lot smaller and felt really good. Now if I could only get over what amounts to a gas tank the size of a large garbage can then I would be happy to own this bike.

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