With a striking orange and black livery it celebrates the aura of the luxury goods portal

Curators of the most exclusive planes, yachts, motorbikes, cars, and many more, Hong Kong-based “TheArsenale” sparked a fancy new collaboration with MV Agusta to bring out a spunky Orange Dragster 800RR special-edition machine.

It’s called: TheArsenale x MV Agusta Brutale 800RR. In a pure exclusive visual treat by the folks who make “Motorcycle Art”, this Dragster 800 RR gets new striking orange and black livery that showcase the partnership complete with orange-colored levers, crash mushrooms, and clutch cover.

TheArsenale x MV Agusta Brutale 800RR is a special curated for motion enthusiasts all over the world Exterior
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The Dragster RR has been the perfect blend of raw power, technology, and design. It is super compact, aggressive, and stunningly good looking filled with cutting-edge rider aids, just like every other MV.

Built in celebration of crème de la crème luxury, TheArsenale x MV Agusta Brutale 800RR was a handpicked rendition for motion enthusiasts all over the world. Both teams worked closely to define all the areas of the motorcycle that would receive their visual treatment. And the final bike is an” embodiment of transportation dreams. “

TheArsenale x MV Agusta Brutale 800RR is a special curated for motion enthusiasts all over the world Exterior
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TheArsenale x MV Agusta Brutale 800RR is a special curated for motion enthusiasts all over the world Exterior
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Starting with the front fender, it features aluminum side brackets, and above it, the triple clamp sees adjustable whimsy semi-handlebars. Customized by the Castiglioni Research Centre is a brand new technical solution that sees the adjustable steering damper integrated into the upper triple clamp. The Dash unit surrounds with an Orange cover embezzled with luxurious aluminum elements, and so is with the tank pad having a laser engraved MV Agusta logo.

Luckily, MV has kept the aluminum lever protectors and customized Kineo spoked wheels mounted with Pirelli rubber that looks both fancy and retro. Here, it is in black with orange sidewalls creating a stunning contrast. The fuel filler cap, levers, crash mushrooms, and clutch cover are all bathed in the spunky orange.

TheArsenale x MV Agusta Brutale 800RR is a special curated for motion enthusiasts all over the world Exterior
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TheArsenale x MV Agusta Brutale 800RR is a special curated for motion enthusiasts all over the world Exterior
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Under all that new skin it’s showing off, there is the same three-cylinder architecture as before producing 140 hp and 65 lb-ft of torque. The engine gets optimized balance shaft and gearings along with new intake cam profiles and titanium valves. Thanks to the new EAS 2.0 electronic shifter, it now allows for a more relaxed clutch action to operate the beasts like a breeze. New engine covers provide better protection during a fall and help reduce mechanical noise as well. All that said, the roar is never subdued.

At the technology front, this bike is laden with top-class electronics and rider aids. That includes the MVICS (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System) platform getting new Ride-by-Wire with personal mappings and revised 8-level traction control, Bosch 9 Plus system, and RLM (Rear wheel Lift-up Mitigation).

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The price for this limited-edition TheArsenale x MV Agusta Brutale 800RR is only "on-demand". However, you can pick up the 2020 Dragster 800 RR for $18,998.

Sagar Patil
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