The Italian firm releases its Brutale 1090 naked for next year. Extreme sportsmanship, few cosmetic changes and basic finishing, R and RR.
The signs of identity that the designer Massimo Tamburini introduced at the end of the 90’s with the resurgence of the brand remain unchanged. Minor tweaking, progressive increase in displacement and improved electronic have been its major changes until now.
The three 2013 MV Brutale maintained multi-tubular steel chassis, single-sided swingarm, 3 cylinder engine with radial valves of 1,078 cc (the model name confused), dual power curve, 50mm Marzocchi forks, Brembo radial calipers and traction control of 8 levels.
The only thing that changes are the color combinations and the engine power (144 hp for basic and R, 158 hp for the RR). The queen of the range also has anti-rebound clutch, Sachs rear shock with adjustable compression and 320 mm front discs (only preload and rebound in the standard/ R with 310 mm discs). The exhaust system has been redesigned, as well as mirrors and front instrumentation with flashing integrated LED (for the R and RR).
The MV Agusta 1090 will be available in black, white and gray, the R in black, red and silver, and the RR in red/ silver, gold/white and blue/white.