Brutale

THE BEST
MIDDLE-WEIGHT
NAKED

Brutale

An evolution of the original Brutale, the iconic sports naked that rocked the motorcycling world

800 Rosso
800 Rosso
3
Cylinders
798CC
Capacity
110HP
Horsepower
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800 RR
800 RR
3
Cylinders
798CC
Capacity
140HP
Horsepower
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800 RR SCS
800 RR SCS
3
Cylinders
798CC
Capacity
140HP
Horsepower
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1000 RR
1000 RR
4
Cylinders
998CC
Capacity
208HP
Horsepower
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1000 Serie Oro
LIMITED EDITION
1000 Serie Oro
4
Cylinders
998CC
Capacity
212HP
Horsepower
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800cc and 1000 cc displacements
3 and 4 cylinder models
110 HP to 212 HP
The meanest naked look
LED signature lights
Balanced volumes
Compact
Attention to ergonomics
Brutale

Concept ofBrutale

MV Agusta’s Brutale is probably the most acclaimed modern-age naked sports bike.The Brutale concept was born in 2000 from the inspired imagination of MV Agusta star designer Massimo Tamburini. The intuition of Tamburini was that he imagined a naked bike right from the start, designed to do without fairings or unnecessary details, and not as the result of the reverse, stripping-down process of a regular bike. It was conceived and built to be naked, with its beastly aggressive and ruthless looks that make it immediately recognisable.

Once the bike was stripped down to its bare essentials, without all the fairings and unnecessary trimmings, it was left with the beastly aggressive and ruthless looks of its incredibly powerful innards.

BrutaleInsights

Quite a violent sight. Hence the name, “brutale”, Italian for “brutal”. Mean, hostile, also thanks to its signature headlights inspired by the Porsche 911, it was an immediate and unprecedented success that is still lasting 20 years on. Today there are five Brutale models in the range, including one in the Rosso entry-level series.
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