The MV Agusta model lineup is expanded with the introduction of the new 2011 Brutale and the 920 engine. This incredible naked bike, which will be available late February, is in love with the motorcycle world with its unique design that is as yet unmatched. Since the introduction of the Brutale motorcycle is still the leader in both design and performance. With the launch of the new Brutale, the most powerful naked and is now within reach of an even larger number of riders who always dreamed of experiencing the emotions only the MV Agusta Brutale can provide. A new engine, new chassis settings, one-piece seat design with a focus on comfort, the Brutale offers a new interpretation of a high performance naked. This advanced performance is also coupled with a new look, with the color black dominates the new styling of the radiator shrouds and seat. But looks are not everything and is a strong emphasis was placed on rider comfort with a redesigned single seat that improves both rider and passenger comfort during daily use. Cheeky the project remains true to the original objectives, MV Agusta wanted the most compact and light weight combined with a naked superbike chassis built with raw engine performance, that even the most demanding rider would enamor.
2011 MV Agusta Brutale 920 Engine
The 16-valve 4-cylinder radial engine MV Agusta has reached a new level of evolution and technology. The 921cc, a new engine for moving Brutal, finds the perfect balance between power and driveability. The new movement of the legendary four-cylinder is obtained with a new bore and stroke ratio with a focus on optimizing the power curve of the Brutale for more manageable, while at the same time offering the leading power. The new 129 hp four-cylinder MV Agusta contest with a broad torque curve, incredible levels of power is never so easy to control. The crankshaft of the MV Agusta Brutale 920 is shared with the 55mm stroke unit in the 1090RR and the second order balance shaft engine and optimized oils and oil-cooled generator. The Brutale has a number of specific components of the motor with the new cylinder block and 73mm pistons and a cooling system with radiator catch tank which is now at the same pressure as the atmosphere to help the engine temperature under control even in the most extreme track or city driving conditions.
2011 MV Agusta Brutale 920 Chassis
A technical feature of the New Nakedbike 2011 MV Agusta Brutale 920 is a new headset optimized rigidity for this kind of naked that will without a doubt the new standard for ease of use. In combination with the revised steering head design new suspension dampers that are both softer and smoother to the maximum amount of feedback, even for less experienced riders. But make no mistakes, the new Brutale 920 is still brutal, thanks to the infinite amount of tuning with the 50mm USD Marzocchi forks and Sachs monoshock. With just a few clicks you can easily Brutale into a track weapon. The naked Italian bike is also known for his dexterity: with the new Pirelli tires Angel feedback from the asphalt is always right and 180/55 section rear tire aids in the dropping of the MV 129 hp 4 cylinder engine. Performance of a supercar and handle of a middleweight, the new 2011 MV Agusta Brutale 920 continues to redefine the naked sport bike segment.