It’s here! The new generation of four-cylinder sports car MV Agusta was unveiled at the EICMA fair in Milan.
Meet MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Serie Oro, which will be produced in as little as 300 copies.
Presenting the evolution of the original Brutal design by Massimo Tamburini, MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Serie Oro will not disappoint anyone, especially because 205 horsepower is available – which stands out from other streetfighter models.
With a special racing package, the Italian motorcycle has 4 hp more, that is, a total of 209, while 4-1-4 SC Project titanium exhaustion contributes to this change.
As expected, the Brutale 1000 platform continues MV Agustino’s four-cylinder legacy, and now comes in a package of 998 cubic and with a compression ratio of 13.65: 1. Beginning with the F4 Superbike Aggregate, MV Agusta made a number of complex changes.
As far as electronics are concerned, MV Agusta has opted for a 5-inch TFT instrument panel, and the accessories include an eight-axle slip control, an inertial measurement unit (IMU), ignition control, and a quicchter.
The chassis is classical, with a steel grid design and aluminum tiles, resulting in a weight of 186 kilograms, or 184 with the installed racing package.
However, what attract most attention when MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Serie Oro are the details. Here we start with carbon fiber wheels, as well as aerodynamic wings, which at 200 km/h provide significant aerodynamic thrust, which does not affect the steering alone.
From the components we will mention the Ohlins electronic suspension, including the TTX36 rear shock absorber and the NIX front forks. The brakes are Brembo and the deliverability of the Style Brake Jaw in pairs with 320 mm front discs.
The body is completely made of carbon fiber, and all lighting is LED, and there are also daytime running lights.
As is the case with all MV Agust motorcycles that have the name “Oro” (“gold” in Italian), it will be a limited series. In this case, a total of 300 copies will be made.