A Greek bought the most expensive motorcycle - How much did he pay?

Ducati Diavel for Bentley

The order was placed a few days ago, and by the end of the year, the rare motorcycle will be in Greece when it is delivered to the lucky owner...

In recent years, Ducati has been creating special motorcycle models and making them available in limited numbers. We have seen the Ducati Diavel by AMG and the Diavel by Diesel (clothing brand), while its latest creations were the Diavel 1260 Lamborghini and the Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini.

The company now has another collector's edition, the Ducati Diavel for Bentley.

This particular one will be produced in a limited number of motorcycles—only 550 units. However, 50 will be even more unique, dedicated to the Mulliner series and exclusively to Bentley customers.

What colour did he order?

Ducati Diavel for Bentley

As reported by News Auto, a Greek collector has acquired one of the 50 that will be sold worldwide. According to News Auto, the order was placed, and the factory gave the final okay for the Greek customer to acquire it.

A few days ago, he travelled to Bologna, Italy, where Ducati's headquarters are located, to shape the motorcycle that will be produced exclusively for him. Although he initially thought of getting the motorcycle in purple, he ordered it in dark blue (about ten colours available), as the former was unavailable.

Who can buy it?

Ducati Diavel for Bentley

It is worth mentioning that for someone to be able to acquire the Ducati Diavel for Bentley, they must already be a customer, and indeed not just any model of the brand. In addition, they should also own a Bentley car.

These are two parameters covered by the Greek buyer, who will receive his new acquisition towards the end of the year.

The price of this particular model has yet to be announced, but it is rumoured to be close to 90,000 euros.

By Vasilis Sarimbalides for News Auto. Translated by Paul Antonopoulos.

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