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Bentley and Ducati unveil special ‘Diavel for Bentley’ motorbike

In a unique union of automotive luxury and high-performance motorcycles, Bentley and Ducati present the limited-edition Ducati Diavel for Bentley.

Unveiled at the ‘fuorisalone’ event at Art Basel in Miami, the overseas edition of Europe’s most prestigious contemporary art fair, the Diavel for Bentley is promises to redefine elegance and design in the world of motorcycles.

Based on the Diavel V4, Ducati has integrated distinctive elements from Bentley’s Batur sports coupe, to craft a motorcycle that embodies sophistication and exclusivity. Only 500 units of the Diavel for Bentley will be produced, along with an even more exclusive series of 50 ‘Ducati Diavel for Bentley Mulliner’ bikes, reserved for Bentley customers.

Drawing inspiration from Bentley’s most powerful production car, the Batur, the Diavel for Bentley is coated in a Scarab Green colour from Bentley Mulliner’s palette, creating a visually striking masterpiece. The design collaboration between Centro Stile Ducati and Bentley designers is evident in every detail, from the forged rims to the triangular rear extractors, paying homage to the Batur’s iconic elements.

For the lucky 50 owners of the Diavel for Bentley Mulliner, customisation options are almost endless. Working closely with Centro Stile Ducati, Mulliner customers can choose different colours for the saddle, front brake calipers, carbon fibre parts and rims, allowing for a truly bespoke riding experience.

The Diavel for Bentley is powered by a 1158cc V4 Granturismo engine, delivering 125kW. Each motorcycle comes with a certificate of authenticity, a passenger seat, and a personalised wooden case. The collaboration has also birthed a Capsule Collection, offering Diavel for Bentley owners a chance to complete their look with a limited-edition jet helmet and technical jacket.

This collaboration is the result of both Bentley and Ducati being part of Volkswagen Group’s ‘Progressive Brand Group’ alongside Audi and Lamborghini.

Brett Davis

Brett started out as a motor mechanic but eventually became frustrated working on cars that weren't his. He then earned a degree in journalism and scored a job at Top Gear Australia back in 2008, and then worked at Zoom/Extreme Performance magazines, CarAdvice, and started PerformanceDrive/PDriveTV in 2011 with Josh Bennis, and ran it for 12 years. He's now the owner and managing editor here at Driving Enthusiast.
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