For 2014 Ducati introduces a significantly upgraded Ducati Diavel with an engine tweaked for even smoother operation, and updated exhaust system, and styling enhancements. The latest generation Ducati Testastretta 11° Dual Spark engine offers more torque, thanks to changes in porting and cam timing, and now generates 131Nm at 8000rpm to complement its 121kW (162 horsepower) and 210 kilograms dry weight. Clutch lever pressure has been reduced, and major service intervals are now out to 30,000 kilometers.
A styling rethink extends to instruments, with a new five-bar fuel gauge and side stand deployed warning light, new air intake ducts on the front of the fuel tank, all lights are now LEDs, and the reshaped seat with horizontal ribbing is now a little longer. It comes with a single seat cover. Below are new slash-cut silencers. The standard Ducati Diavel is finished in Dark Stealth or black livery whereas the 5.5 kilograms lighter Ducati Carbon Diavel can be had in Ducati Red with red frame or the Star White with matching white frame.