If you’re after plenty of brute force with equal amounts technological sophistication, the new MV Agusta Brutale 800 will literally be music to your ears.
Its new 800 engine pushes out a whopping 125 horsepower with torque “comparable to a 1000cc” and with a relatively light weight of only 167kg, it certainly has a unique power to weight ratio.
The three-cylinder engine in question debuted on the Supersport F3 675 and was the starting point for further significant technological advancements such as a counter-rotating crankshaft, which is a first for a production bike.
The Brutale 800 also features 8 level adjustable traction control, adjustable suspension that gives any rider complete control and personalization, and includes an advanced electronics system that keeps the engine and bike as a whole working optimally at all times.
It looks awesome with the three-cylinder engine almost completely exposed. As they say, go naked or go home.
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