MV Agusta reveals Brutale America special edition

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MV Agusta reveals Brutale America special edition

Not content with making easily the best looking naked on the planet, MV Agusta have now got all Steve Rogers on the Brutale 800's ass and produced an America version.

In dealerships now, this latest model offers an original, stylish take on a piece of MV Agusta history. The first bike to take the “S America 750” name dates right back to 1975. This was the first Brutale, again with a four-cylinder engine, the special version of which displayed the red, white and blue of the US flag. 

In 2012 the evocative power of America was back again in the form of a new special. The latest Brutale 800 RR America, instead, is equipped with a three-cylinder in-line engine renowned for its performance, compactness and cutting-edge technology. 

The special version has been developed on the basis of the Brutale 800 RR, a model that has just undergone far-reaching renewal. Starting with a complete redesign of the gearbox - now with even smoother, more precise meshing - the bike is brimming with technical upgrades.

A new balance shaft and redesigned primary transmission, optimised shaping of the intake and exhaust cams plus new valves are just some of the many improvements on this bike. Electronic engine control has also been upgraded with new algorithms and engine mappings. 

Traction Control has been refined even further by honing strategies and calibration. Chassis development has also proceeded apace: the engine is now attached to the frame, boosting the overall rigidity of the bike. Another new feature is the rear cush drive system, designed to maximise riding comfort.

This numbered Special Edition has plenty of distinctive features, starting with a metallic blue colour scheme that catches the light with shimmering iridescence. The tank sports a star-studded motif, just like the one on the 1973 750 S. Gloss black paintwork enhances many features, such as the front mudguard with MV Agusta logo and the radiator side panel which sports the wording 'America Special Edition'.