Italian style, American flair
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Brutale 800 RR America is available in Micalized Blue America (White & Red).

Micalized Blue America (White & Red)

Technical Specifications

Engine TypeThree cylinder, 4 stroke, 12 valve
Frame typeALS Steel tubular trellis
Engine total displacement798 cm3 (48.68 cu. in.)
Front SuspensionMarzocchi "UPSIDE DOWN" telescopic hydraulic fork
Engine maximum power103 kW (140 hp) at 12.300 r.p.m.
Rear SuspensionProgressive Sachs, single shock adsorber
Engine maximum torque87 Nm (8.87 kgm) at 10.100 r.p.m
Front Brake + ABS systemØ 320 mm (Ø 12.6 in.) double floating disc
Engine management systemIntegrated ignition - injection system MVICS 2.0
Rear Brake + ABS systemØ 220 mm (Ø 8.66 in.) single steel disc
Electronic Quick-shiftMV EAS 2.0 (Electronically assisted Shift up&down)
Maximum speed244.0 km/h (151.6 mph)
ClutchMulti-disk wet clutch with hydraulic actuation
Dry weight175 kg (385,80 lbs.)
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Brutale 800 RR America
Brutale 800 RR America
Brutale 800 RR America
Brutale 800 RR America
Brutale 800 RR America
Brutale 800 RR America

Updated engine

The special version was developed from the Brutale 800 RR. The inline three-cylinder engine has been completely updated for better performance and ease of use: new gearbox, primary gears, electronic engine management and traction control algorithms.

Updated engine

The engine is characterised by extremely compact dimensions and features MotoGP-derived technology with a counter-rotating crankshaft.
Updated engine
Race-track technology taken to the street

Race-track technology taken to the street

Brutale America's inline three engine is a clear example of race track technology applied to production motorcycles. The overall compactness, the extremely contained weight, the counter-rotating crankshaft - a world premiere by MV Agusta on a three-cylinder - reducing inertia for directional changes, improving the effectiveness of corner entry: it all adds up to better performance and intuitive handling.
Interview with Angelo Di Michele
"We achieved to refine our products even better"