- The liquid-cooled engine in an inline four-cylinder four-stroke set across the frame with a 2 overhead camshaft 16 ‘radial’ valves, electronic multipoint fuel injection, and induction discharge electronic ignition having engine displacements of 749.5 cc, 998 cc, and 1,078 cc.
The Agusta Brutale is the flagship naked from the Italian brand. This bike was unveiled at EICMA 2019 show a Milan, Italy. The Brutale is based on the limited edition MV Agusta Brutale Serie Oro, but a lower price to make it more accessible and affordable, if a Euro price tag is 32,000 ( in India around Rs. 27 lakh exchange rates).
- It still packs a 998 CC, in-line four engine which produces a 208 bhp at 13,000 rpm and 116.5 Nm peak torque. The top speed is 310 kmph remains the same. The Brutale 1000 RR is out on the carbon fiber wheels, the golden accents replaced black & silver components, and metallic paint is bright red and shiny.
- The overall architecture is basic components that are the same as series Oro, like chromium-molybdenum steel, frame ann aluminum alloy, covered with carbon fiber & thermoplastic fairing.
- An aluminum and carbon fiber elements do not add to bike aesthetics, but keep the weight down, with a Brutale 1000 RR tipping the scales with a kerb weight is 186 kg.
- Race-spec fully adjustable suspension is used front and rear, with a 43 mm NIX EC fork, linkage-assisted fully adjustable semi-active shock at the rear. With Brembo style, four-piston calipers clamping twin floating disc diameter is 320 mm on a front Brembo radial master cylinders. The rear dis is 220 mm with Brembo two-piston caliper. The ABS system is Bosch Race Mode and rear-wheel lift-up mitigation.
- The features list is LED lighting all-round, cornering lights, six-speed mesh transmission with a quick shifter, ride by wire multi-map system with a four riding mode, sport, Race, Rain and custom, and electronics can be accessed and toggled thought a 5-inch TFT screen.
- The offered a cruise control, MV ride compatibility, Bluetooth connectivity, launch control, front-wheel lift control, and any more. There is no word on if the MV Brutale 1000 RR will be available in Inda., considering an Italian brand has finalized a new partner after the fallout with Kinetic-owned Motorcycle.