2020 MV Agusta Brutale Rush 1000
The last time anything like this came out of the MV Agusta factory gates was the RVS#1. Although it ran on a three-pot 798cc Brutale platform, it showcased the Italian brand’s intentions to continue creating specials for those who dream out of the ordinary. Carrying the steroid pumped baton on, MV Agusta has produced another masterpiece that could’ve only been possible in the hands of their artisans – the 2020 MV Agusta Rush 1000.
Since 2019, MV Agusta has been breeding a new line of four-pot Brutales 1000s’. Based on the same platform of the 2020 Brutale 1000 RR, this “strip” Rush edition is an homage to the drag racing scene taken to the extreme. With a tuned-up 998cc churning 208 hp, this machine adorns visual cues and power figures unlike seen on any other production streetfighter before.
2018 MV Agusta Brutale Dragster 800 RR
The trimmed down streetfighter from MV Agusta was first showcased at the 2013 EICMA which were originally based out of the Brutale 800, to begin with. Out of which came the Dragster 800 RR, a stunning piece of entry by the house of Varese for an audience who desire the best of both worlds. Beauty and performance.
Like the updated F3 Reparto Corse line-up for 2018, the Dragster 800 RR also receives a slew of updates for 2018 that include engine, chassis and electronic improvements along with new styling elements to keep things fresh.
2018 MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR LH44
Apart from everything they make, MV also makes special superbikes for a few esteemed celebrities in the world, and one of them is the three-time Formula One World Champion, Lewis Hamilton. The Brit has also been responsible for a limited edition Dragster model that MV created for just 244 blokes out there, and all of them got sold out within a few hours of launch: the Dragster RR LH44. Then came 44 units of the MV Agusta F4 LH44 based on the Italian brand’s top-of-the-line trim of its four-cylinder superbike, the MV Agusta F4 RC.
Now, the same team has met again to collaborate with another limited edition model based on their famous Brutale 800 RR. Called as the MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR LH44, it gets similar detailing on the bike styled by Lewis Hamilton himself and will be produced in a limited series of only 144 units.
2017 MV Agusta Dragster 800 RC
The same Italian madhouse production that gave us the F3 800 RC, the hottest performing middleweight sportbike in production, upgraded their Reparto Corse line-up with this condescending streetfighter born out of the experience gained by MV Agusta with their rich participation in World Superbike and Supersport arenas. The limited edition MV Agusta Dragster 800 RC.
Based on the original Dragster 800 and the RR, this stunning piece of entry by the house of Varese is for an audience who desire the best of both worlds. Beauty and performance. Wearing jazzier clothes, this RC can let you taste the spirit of racing and technology that thrives on pure emotions and a rich heritage. It was unveiled at EICMA in Milan, Italy.
2016 - 2017 MV Agusta Brutale 800 / Brutale 800 RR
MV Agusta introduced the world to its Brutale family back in 2003, and we’ve been smitten ever since. Racy good looks and Italian performance have been the hallmarks of the line, and the factory doubled down in 2016 with a heavily updated version of its 800 and the even more race-tastic 800 RR. The revisions brought changes from the bones up with a completely reworked frame to carry the improved engine, and a whole passel of electronic features to help you keep it all under control. Riders can expect around 108-horsepower from the base 800, and even more from the RR, so these new kids on the block definitely uphold the reputation for performance established by earlier incarnations. I’ve been looking forward to getting to know the new Brutales, and now that I have I can say that I wish I’d done it earlier. Read on to find out why.
Continue reading for my review of the MV Agusta Brutale 800 and Brutale 800 RR.
2017 MV Agusta RVS#1
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.
Some time back, MV Agusta created a special division called the Reparto Veicoli Speciali, or Special Vehicles Department, and handed them the task of creating the best MV Agusta machines that beam in terms of quality, research, performance and emotions. This division was joined by the San Marino Research Center Castiglioni (originally born as CRC, Cagiva Research Center) to work on the brand’s Brutale Dragster 800 RR and come out with an evil looking motorcycle that will scare the daylights out of anything on the road.
Enter the RVS#1. Drumrolls please.
Meccanica Verghera Agusta quickly made its mark on the motorcycle-racing world back in 1945 when it started producing motorcycles in post-war Italy. Legend has it that the brothers Agusta shifted from manufacturing airplanes to motorcycle both to save the jobs of the factory workers and to fund their own penchant for racing.
Over the years, MV Agusta has remained a rather small company with an over-sized footprint on the track, who in 2010 added the 1090 RR to the already decade-old Brutale family. Although the 1090 is available sans the “RR” through Canadian dealers, the factory restricted U.S. imports to the more race-tastic and powerful “RR” model for 2017. MV Agusta isn’t a brand that gets a lot of recognition in the U.S. because reasons, so join me while I illustrate why it should.
Continue reading for my review of the MV Agusta Brutale 1090 RR.
The revolutionary MV Agusta three-cylinder project has reached a new pinnacle of technical development and performance. It has done so with the Brutale 800 RR, completing the path taken by another Brutale, the 675, the first model in what would become a wide range of naked, super sport, touring and crossover bikes.
The Brutale 675 established a new technical and styling concept, showing for the first time how outstanding performance, exemplary design and extraordinary handling (...)
The Meccanica Verghera (MV) Agusta company continues its push into the bare-bike market with the middleweight, 2015 Brutale 675. Built as a somewhat smaller sibling to the awe-inspiring Brutale 800 RR, it offers the same look and many of the same features as its big brother. Short, light and nimble, with performance that demands respect, this “little” Brutale demonstrates that MV Agusta is relevant, indeed a contender, in the worldwide sportbike market.
Continue reading for my review of the Brutale 675
The MV Agusta Brutale Corsa is an exclusive, hand built motorcycle that was specially developed to deliver high levels of performances.
Powered by a 1078cc, four cylinder, 4 stroke, “D.O.H.C”, engine the MV AGusta Brutale Corsa can deal effortless by anything you ask of it. In terms of power the engine rewards you with a maximum output of 116.5 KW (158 Hp) at 11900 rpm and 100 Nm (10.2 Kgm) of torque at 10100 rpm. All this powered is transferred to the rear wheel by means of a constant mesh six speed transmission.
Other features worthy of being mentioned include a modular frame with tubular steel trellis section and aluminum plates, 8 way adjustable traction control, a single-sided swing arm with adjustable absorber and 50 mm diameter inverted forks.
The MV Agusta Brutale Corsa is priced at € 21.670.
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If you are looking for a fast, good looking and agile naked, then you should take a closer look at the MV Agusta Brutale 800, as it has all it needs to make you fall in love with it from the first sight.
At its heart lies a 798 cc three cylinder, 4 stroke, 12 valve timing system D.O.H.C engine with a total displacement of 798 Cm3 (48.68 Cu. In.). It delivers a maximum output of 92 KW (125 Hp) at 11600 rpm and 81 Nm (8.25 Kgm) of torque at 8600 rpm. All this power is sent to the rear wheels by means of a cassette style, six speed, constant mesh transmission with wet, multi-disc clutch.
The motorcycle is also equipped with an advanced electronics package which includes the first Full Ride by Wire system with multi-map and integrated traction control.
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The MV Agusta Brutale 675 is an aggressive naked that was built with speed and agility in mind. It is is the newest addition to the Brutale range and is equipped with the latest technologies developed by the company.
The motorcycle is built on a light frame made of steel tubing and aluminum components which helps to keep the total weight at only 167 kg (dry). This light weight is combined with a strong 675cc, three cylinder, 4 stroke, D.O.H.C engine which generates a maximum power of 81 kw (110 hp) at 12500 rpm and 65 Nm (6.63 kgm) of torque at 12000 rpm. The engine is mated to a cassette style; six speed transmission with wet, multi-disc clutch.
The motorcycle rides on 17 inch aluminium alloy wheels wrapped in 120/70 - ZR front and 17 M/C (58 W) rear tyres.
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Not many motorcycles have the potential to compete successfully with the performances offered by the Brutale 1090 RR. This aggressive motorcycle rewards its rider with high quality components, a faultless built quality and amazing ride and handling abilities.
The 1090 RR is the sportiest version in the Brutale 1090 lineup and its 1078 cc, four cylinder, 4 stroke, 16 valve, D.O.H.C engine delivers a maximum power of 158 hp ( 116.5 kW) at 11,900 rpm and 100 Nm (10.2 kgm) of torque at 10,100 rpm. All this power is kept under control by a six speed constant mesh transmission with wet, multi-disc clutch.
The motorcycle’s speed is kept under control by a high performance braking system which employs a rear disc with a diameter of 210 mm and two front 320 mm discs with Brembo monobloc calipers.
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The Brutale 1090 R is an aggressive naked motorcycle specially developed for the adrenaline-hungry riders. The motorcycle is powered by an inline four-cylinder engine with a displacement of 1078 cc. The engine employs a bore and stroke of 79mm and 55 mm and comes with double overhead camshaft with four valves per cylinder. The MV Agusta 1090 R’s engine cranks out a maximum power of 144 hp (106 kW) at 10,300 rev / min and 112 Nm (11.4 kgm) of torque. The unit is combined with a six speed, constant mesh, cassette style removable gearbox with multi-plate clutch.
The motorcycle rides on 17” aluminium alloy rims wrapped in 120/70 - ZR 17 M/C (58 W) front and 190/55 - ZR 17 M/C (75 W) rear tyres.
The MV Agusta Brutale 1090 R is offered with a base price of €15.010.
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The Brutale 1090 was created from Agusta’s desire to develop the ultimate 1090 cc two wheels machine, so it features a sporty pedigree, a fantastic appearance and an ergonomic riding position.
The motorcycle is propelled by a 1078 cc, four cylinder, 4 stroke, 16 valve, DOHC engine which delivers a maximum power of 106 kW (144 hp) at 10300 rpm and 112 Nm (11.4 kgm) of torque at 8100 rpm. The unit is fueled by a 23 l (6.07 U.S. gal.) fuel tank and needs to deal with a dry weight of only 183 kg.
The ride quality is kept under control by a Marzocchi “UPSIDE - DOWN” telescopic hydraulic fork with external rebound, compression damping and spring preload adjusters and a rear Progressive Sachs, single shock absorber with rebound damping and spring preload adjustment.
The bike is priced at €14.000.
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MV Agusta has fully revealed its all-new Brutale 800 Dragster which comes with a base price of €13.490 (VAT included).
The new motorcycle is one of the sportiest nakeds designed by the Italian manufacturer and features an aggressive design language and a comprehensive list of state of the art technologies. Its seat can accommodate only one person and the entire bike weighs only 167 kg (dry).
At the heart o this mechanical beast lies a 798 cc, three cylinder, 4 stroke, 12 valve, D.O.H.C engine with a total displacement of 798 cm3 (48.68 cu. in.). The unit is paired with a six speed constant mesh transmission and delivers a maximum output of 92 kW (125 hp) at 11600 rpm and 81 Nm (8.25 kgm) of torque at 8600 rpm.
The MV Agusta Dragster rides on a pair of sporty Pirelli DIABLO Rosso tyres that measure II 120/70 - ZR 17 up front and 200/50 – ZR 17 at the rear.
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