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MV Agusta’s Kinetic Motoroyale Launches Brutale 800 RR America Limited Edition Motorcycle

MV Agusta’s Kinetic Motoroyale launches Brutale 800 RR America limited edition motorcycle. The new MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR America is evaluated at ₹ 18.73 lakh (ex-showroom), and is strikingly less expensive than the standard form by about ₹ 30,000, on account of the more grounded execution of the Indian Rupee as of late.

The Brutale 800 is a shocking motorcycle to take a gander at and the new America Limited Edition takes that a step higher. MV Agusta will create 200 units of the Brutale 800 RR America internationally, and just five units have been apportioned for India.

The MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR America Edition pays praise to the 1975 750S America and was worked to satisfy a solicitation from Chris Garville and Jim Cotherman of Commerce Overseas Corporation – the essential US merchant of MV Agusta motorcycles during the 1970s.

Precisely, the MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR America continues as before. Power originates from the 798 cc in-line three-barrel, fluid cooled motor that is tuned for 140 bhp at 12,300 rpm and 86 Nm of pinnacle torque accessible at 10,100 rpm.

In examination, the 750S America was fueled by a 789 cc twofold overhead cam inline-four engine, fit for 75 bhp and had a red line of 8500 rpm. MV Agusta’s Grand Prix hustling knowledge had to a great extent helped in building up the motor for the 750S America.

The new Brutale 800 RR America utilizes a Trellis outline underneath with 43 mm Marzocchi USD forks in advance and a Sachs monoshock unit at the back. Braking execution originates from 320 mm Brembo twofold skimming plates at the front and a 220 mm single circle at the back.


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