Wonderful times to own a Brutale 1078RR, especially if you live in Italy. It is all due to the fact that the monthly Motorcycling magazine assigned this MV Agusta model as THE bike to buy if you are attracted by the naked segment. It all happened in the wonderful and suggestive frame of Cortile of Rocchetta at Castello Sforzesco situated in Milan.
And so the wonderful creation manages to win the first place for the eight of the many to follow occasions, beating the Ducati 696 and BMW R (...)
At the 6th edition of the My Special Car fair in Rimini (Italy), MV Agusta and Citroën Italia will present the new C2 1587 Brutale, a show car destined to attract the attention of the qualified public at one of the most important Tuning Trade Fairs, where nothing is standard.
What made this synergy possible is the attention to detail that both brands reserve for their products, a guarantee of quality and reliability.
The car gets its name from the best selling naked bike produced by MV (...)
MV Agusta Brutale Wally
Thanks to the partnership with Wally, the Brutale enters the exclusive world of yachts.
Wally, headquartered at Montecarlo, is the worldwide leader in the construction of composite hull cruise yachts that unite cutting-edge technology, design, innovation, performance and style.
The Brutale 910 and Wally yachts share speed and ease of use, safety and extreme levels of comfort.
No other motorcycle or yacht builder has ever been able to express such levels of (...)
Competition has always been part of MV AGUSTA’s history and today, as in the past, 36 riders will have the chance of taking part in the new BRUTALE CHALLENGE that, with its new formula, will become an exclusive and unforgettable event in the 2008 motor-cycling calendar.
Participants will have the opportunity of racing and enjoying a legend of motor-cycling that already has 75 World Championship titles under its belt. This internationally recognised machine is a symbol of Made in Italy.
MV Agusta brought the 65th EICMA show to a successful conclusion winning the "Most Beautiful Motorcycle" award with the new Brutale 1078RR.
The award was organised by the magazine "Motociclismo", the best-known Italian specialist magazine in this sector. Voting never wavered throughout the show with more than 25.7% of visitors casting their ballots in favour of MV Agusta’s latest creation from a total of over 26,000 votes. Second with 15.2% was the Ducati Monster 696 (...)
It has been confirmed that there will be two new versions of the Brutale for the upcoming year (typically that means early next year for Europe, and the end of next year for most other places in the world). The bikes are hopefully going to be ready by the end of the year.
The following new models will accompany the current 910R and S: MV Agusta Brutale 980 S MV Agusta Brutale 1078 R
No photos, no "official" unveiling since it is still in production. There’s also a rumor (...)
MV AGUSTA BRUTALE 910R
The Brutale 910R: Captivating style, a great temperament and engine technology par excellence. But also a fanatical eye to detail and sophisticated fittings. All these qualities have long been recognized in the both the 750 and 910 Brutale
BRUTALE 910: LA DIVA
For those real lovers of Ã©lite motorcycles, the arrival of the Brutale meant the fulfillment of a dream- the dream of having a machine capable of performing and handling like a Hypersport but as laid back and fun to ride as a Naked. The recent success story of the Brutale shows how just such a dream was fulfilled. In just two years these bikes are now to be found in the garages that matter. The Brutale has won over 5,000 new customers and the critics have repeatedly acclaimed her as “Motorcycle of the Year”. The fact that they are widely used by people involved in the worlds of sport, show business and fashion, as well as being an icon of desire, has contributed greatly towards making this MV Agusta a true phenomenon and a symbol of all that is good about Made in Italy. The 750cc Brutale had no equal for style and sophistication and offered performance that none of its rivals could match. Recently they have resorted to increasing their engine capacities in the vain hope of making up lost ground. Now with a new 910cc engine, the MV Agusta once more leaves the opposition in her slipstream and goes back to her rightful position - leading the field. The engine unleashes 70.8 ft. lbs. of torque at 7,900 rpm and then goes on up to the 11,000 rpm limit to deliver its full power load of 136 horsepower.