The Italian sings The Star-Spangled Banner.

Till what limit can the art on two wheels be extended to? Ask MV Agusta. Having made some of the most exotic Italian masterpieces on two wheels, MV has a tremendous history in terms of making some of the most beautiful looking motorcycles on the planet. And thankfully their lust is still going strong.

A while ago, we had featured the brand’s newest intoxication, the RVS#1 limited edition. A motorcycle that takes beauty and evil into its DNA and could possibly lie only in the eyes of the beholder. Now, coming from the same Italian powerhouse is another limited run model, and this time it is all just for us, the folks of America. The MV Agusta Brutale 800 America.

MV Agusta is giving us the "America" special with the new limited edition Brutale 800. Exterior High Resolution
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Just when you thought MV pulled off a great show with the RVS#1, and you started walking back with awe-filled in your body, everything goes pitch dark, and the spotlights turn to the ‘Brutale 800 America’. A rebellious attempt to recreate the dripping sexiness that the 750S from 1973 possessed. Especially those limited edition runs that was specifically created targeting America’s exploding two-wheel market and a strong economy, all with a bold paint scheme of red and blue. It secured the status as one of the most sought after motorcycles among collectors.

Trying to follow the same footprints, the house of Schiranna have come up with a new Brutale America and this time it runs on the famed three-cylinder engine of the brand. Based on the Euro-IV Brutale 800, and this limited run of only 50 units are dedicated to the States of America. MV Agusta will have the official unveiling at this year’s Californian Laguna Seca MotoGP that will take place on the weekend of 7-9 July 2017.

MV Agusta is giving us the "America" special with the new limited edition Brutale 800. Exterior High Resolution
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MV Agusta is giving us the "America" special with the new limited edition Brutale 800. Exterior High Resolution
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What catches your eye first is the America livery spilt all around the motorcycle, starting with a never-before-seen metallic blue colour scheme that shines with shimmering iridescence at the first light hitting on this beautifully sculpted bodywork. Come close, and you will find a zillion fine subtle touches that leave a mark of this ‘special edition’ cadre such as the star-studded motif on the tank, appendage in front of the instrument panel, and of course the “America Special Edition” logo at the side of the radiator.

Similar colour finish is donned by the mudguard carrying the MV logo with all pride, and the gloss black paintwork takes the accenture’s up a notch. You also get a bright red hand stitched Brutale America seat with pillion padding clearly visible and most important of all, the gilt stitching mirrors the finish on the tank. Pure genius.

MV Agusta is giving us the "America" special with the new limited edition Brutale 800. Exterior High Resolution
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MV Agusta is giving us the "America" special with the new limited edition Brutale 800. Exterior High Resolution
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Giving you the mark of exclusivity is the laser-cut “America Special Edition” legend and sequential production number seen on the triple clamp that creates all sorts of emotions within you which you can also hang it on your wall proudly; with the certificate housed in a smart wooden-plexiglass frame.

With the first show in the Laguna Seca week on the 7th, this three-cylinder America will go on sale from July 2017 at a price tag of $14,998. That is a good $1500 raise from the price of the regular Brutale 800 you get on the showroom floors.

Go ahead and show your true colours, love and patriotism.

MV Agusta is giving us the "America" special with the new limited edition Brutale 800. Exterior High Resolution
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