MV Agusta announce one of the rarest road bikes on the planet

The MV Agusta Brutale 1000 RR Blue & White M.L. is a one of one machine meaning the lucky owner will have one of the rarest bikes on the planet

MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Italia

LEGENDARY Italian motorcycle maker MV Agusta has announced an ultra-limited edition version of their Brutale 1000 RR super naked in the form of the new Blue and White M.L.

The machine is based around the 200+bhp Brutale 1000 RR and features a one-off paint scheme that is inspired by limited edition bikes from the MV Agusta back catalogue.

MV Agusta Brutale 1000 RR walk around EICMA 2019

The main inspirational element is the Brutale 910R Italia, a bike that was built to commemorate the Italian nation winning the 2006 Football World Cup – with each of the winning team members and the coach being given one of the bikes by the then MV CEO Claudio Castiglioni.

Other bikes that helped inspire MV Agusta Senior Designer, Adrian Morton, are the 2013 Brutale 800 Italia and various versions of the Brutale America.

Aside from the flashy paint, the on-off machine also features frame and swingarm plates finished in a matte gold coating, as well as the forged aluminium rims with black inserts.

As the remainder of the bike looks to be fairly stock, we can assume it has the same 205bhp as the stock bike (without the race kit exhaust fitted) and around 85ft-lb of torque. Riding modes are included covering race, sports, rain, and custom, and the bike will likely get the launch and wheelie control, as per the donor Brutale 1000 RR.

As the machine is a one-off, the new owner will get the obligatory certificate confirming that the bike is serial number 001/001. And as you’d expect, no price is as yet confirmed, but with a bike like this, if you have to ask the price…