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MV Agusta-Pirelli Diablo Brutale Special Edition unveiled

MV Agusta-Pirelli Diablo Brutale Special Edition unveiled

Snapshot: In collaboration with Pirelli, MV Agusta unveiled special edition Diablo Brutale Motorcycle

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Two Italian Mavericks, MV Agusta, and Pirelli has co-produced a Diablo Brutale special edition Motorcycle adding another product to its Brutale 800 series. Pirelli is the exclusive and official supplier of the MV Agusta, since 2011. With the new RossoTm Diablo III model, it represents the technological progress of its range of tyres. Diablo Brutale Special Edition also received graphic on the side of the bike dedicated in deep red colour which stands out on the matte black colour. In order to pay homage, MV Agusta had put some more graphics to the bike that include the lightning bolt on the tank, front fender and on the side of the tail side panels.

​The name Diablo Brutal appears next to that of the Varese house is the equally historic and tied to the world of motorsport. It is equipped with tires Diablo III RossoTm original equipment in sizes 120/70 ZR17 M / C (58W) TL front and 180/55 ZR17 M / C (73W) TL rear.

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