the 77th edition of the Internazionale Ciclo Motociclo e Accessori
(EICMA 2019) in Milan, Italy, MV Agusta presented, apart from its several 2020
models, the Brutale
1000RR, a year after the launch of the exclusive Serie Oro.
Brutale 1000RR, a premium naked superbike powered by 208 hp, differs from the
Serie Oro for some specific details concerning the equipment, but features the
same base, the same engine as well as the same electronics.
The motorcycle has
been built as a powerful naked bike easy to handle and accessible by most
motorcyclists at the same time. Full LED headlights with cornering lights,
carbon fiber fairings, 5 inches TFT display, for example, are still part of
Useful is the MV Ride App, which allows the riders to share
routes and read navigation data directly from the dashboard. Specific focus has
also been given to aerodynamic solutions such as the "wings"
positioned beside the radiator. This last-mentioned element improves downforce
and adds load to the front end, limiting lift at high speed.
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