EICMA is presently the hotspot for the biking community around the world. The ultra-exotic motorcycle maker from Itlay, MV Agusta has just pulled covers off the new Brutale 1000 Serie Oro. The bike runs on a newly developed 1,000cc powerplant and hence starts a new chapter for the company.
The motorcycle takes forward the iconic Brutale styling in a new and more aggressive manner. The bike features a sharer tank design, new split seats, sleeker tail section design, and can be easily said the best looking naked motorcycle of the world. It comes with an all-LED headlight that implants LED DRLs. Also, it features a new 5.0-inch colour TFT instrument console with Bluetooth.
What makes the bike highly exclusive is the fact that it comes nearly dripped in carbon fiber. Also, it’s been built on a number of CNC-machined components for less weight.
It runs on a new built 1,000cc, in-line-four engine generating close to 208hp and 115.5Nm of peak torque, in stock form. And with the dedicated SC-Project titanium exhaust system and ECU, the numbers are pushed to 212hp.
The bike features hyper-modern electronics in the form of IMU regulated ride-by-wire system, 8-level traction control, power modes, and anti-wheelie system.
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