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VW Amarok Ducati Diavel Edition: Power pickup for power bike

VW Amarok Ducati Diavel Edition
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Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is launching the 'Ducati Diavel Edition' special series for the A marok on the market - but only in France. The traditional Italian sports motorcycle brand has been a subsidiary of Audi AG since 2012 and is therefore responsible for emotions on two wheels throughout the Volkswagen Group.

Ducati Diavel 2019 with new 159 hp engine

With the Diavel, the brand from Bologna presented a new concept in 2011 (piquantly, also in a 'Mercedes AMG Edition' back then), the beefy V2 Cruiser is well received by customers: over 35,000 Ducati Diavel have already been sold. For the 2019 model year there was an major facelift for the naked bike, in which, among other things, the larger engine from the Diavel X with 1,262 cubic centimeters, variable valve control and a powerful 159 hp found its way into the bare power bike.

The VW Amarok Ducati Diavel Edition is only available in France

For the market launch in France and the local “Diavel Preview Tour”, with which Ducati is going on a promotional trip to our neighbors, the French representative of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has put on an Amarok V6. The VW Amarok Ducati Diavel Edition is based on the second highest equipment line there, 'Carat', and drives up with the 258 PS variant of the three-liter V6 diesel.

Amarok Diavel Edition in matt gray

The edition models are 20-inch -Wheels in gloss black, also black, are presented on the radiator grille, the rocker tubes, the exterior mirrors and therear bumper. A loading area cover is also part of the styling package, there are 'Diavel Edition' emblems on the side and a red decorative line on the side of the VW Amarok V6 TDI. The sports bar and the LED roof lights are optional.

The special model is also available in a special matt gray finish.

For the VW Amarok Diavel Edition calls VW in France 46,900 euros. For the equivalent you would only get two new Ducati Diavel and would have some fuel money left, because with a base price of 19,900 euros, the iconic Italian cruiser is also not a case for bargain hunters


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