Posted by Andrew on December 22, 2010

Category: New bikes

The MV Agusta model line-up is expanding with the introduction of the new BRUTALE and the 920 engine. Ever since its introduction the BRUTALE has continued to be the leader in both design and performance. With the launching of the new BRUTALE, the most beautiful and powerful naked is now within reach of an even larger number of riders whom have always dreamed of experiencing the emotions only the BRUTALE can deliver.

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A new engine, new chassis settings, a onepiece seat design with a focus on comfort, the BRUTALE offers a new interpretation of a high performance naked. A motorcycle that offers aggressive styling and raw performance matched with an intuitive chassis. A Brutale that is always incredible easy to ride and has never been this comfortable and intuitive. On a cost per performance basis, the BRUTALE is without a doubt the new reference in the naked sport category. A technologically advanced 4 cylinder engine with radial intake and exhaust valves coupled with the same advanced engine control unit as the 1090RR together with one of the most evolved chassis’s the BRUTALE is able to easily tame even the most demanding roads and racetracks.

The new base-model Brutale has arrived

The new base-model Brutale has arrived

This advanced performance is also coupled with a new look, with the color black dominating the new styling of the radiator shrouds and seat. But, looks are not everything and a major focus was also placed on rider comfort with a re-designed single seat that improves both rider and passenger comfort during every day use.

The principle characteristics of the new BRUTALE are:

  • Four cylinder engine with radial valves
  • Magneti Marelli 5SM engine control module
  • Traction control with 8 levels of intervention
  • Tubular steel frame coupled with aluminum side plates for maximum torsional rigidity
  • Single sided swingarm with a adjustable Sachs rear shock
  • Marzocchi upside down 50mm adjustable front forks
  • Brembo racing radial calipers
  • New single piece seat that is both lower and narrower

2011 MV Agusta Brutale Specifications and Photos

via MV Agusta

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