MV Brutale Corsa revealed

‘Cos what everyone needs is a faster, more expensive Brutale

Posted: 9 July 2013
by Visordown News

THERE seems to be no limit to the number of limited-edition models MV Agusta is able to launch and with the new Brutale Corsa it’s added another to the list.

According to the firm’s slightly tautological press release, the 158bhp machine (that’s the same power as standard for the range-topping 1090RR) is “instantly recognisable at first sight for the outstanding quality of its components, extreme attention to detail and spectacular bespoke livery.”

Is it just us, or would you have thought that all Brutales should probably have outstanding quality components and extreme attention to detail?

It turns out that the components in question are different, forged alloy wheels, a set of fully-adjustable Ohlins forks, a hand-stitched seat and billet aluminium steering head, brake lever, foot pegs and reservoir caps. Oh, and a ‘sports licence plate mount’, a special tank protector and a carbon rear hugger. In terms of the ‘bespoke livery’ we’re talking about a black frame and MV Agusta Corse logos.

Whatever, we’d find space in the garage for it. Of course, the €20,990 price would be a stumbling block.

The rest of the bike is pure Brutale, and that generally means good things like ‘race mode’ ABS, traction control and insane performance for a naked bike.


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Boinggg!! thats the sound of the erection i got while looking at this beautiful bike. Boinggg!!! there it goes again!

Posted: 09/07/2013 at 17:56

Wow that is one sexy bike!

Posted: 10/07/2013 at 02:28

waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa waaaaaaaaaaaaa bang

Posted: 10/07/2013 at 17:26

Glorious. Want one.

Posted: 13/07/2013 at 21:54

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