In creating a name for itself it has also thumbed its nose at the current trend in motorcycling of bending to the global economy. Many manufacturers have been presenting aggressively priced new models, but the Diavel is not one of those bikes. The Carbon version we rode will be on dealer floors for $20,995. It will also be a claimed 11 pounds lighter, thanks in part to carbon bodywork, brushed stainless steel mufflers, and forged (then machined) aluminum wheels. The base Diavel's price is set at $17,995, but receives all of the other updates. Ducati's reinvestment shows that it believes in the concept as much as the customers, and after a weekend of riding, we're disciples, too.