Italian motorcycle brand MV Agusta have taken the wraps off their latest masterpiece in the form of the Brutale Corsa edition. The radical Brutale Corsa sports MV’s 1090cc in-line four is capable of producing 160 PS of unadulterated power. On the technical front the new Corsa is quite similar to the flagship 1090RR in MV’s Brutale series, but what sets this motorcycle apart is surely its bespoke livery.
In typical MV Agusta craftsmanship the Brutale Corsa sports forged alloy wheels, a set of fully-adjustable Ohlins forks, a hand-stitched seat and billet aluminium steering head, brake lever, foot pegs and reservoir caps. A hand-sewn seat and carbon-fiber fenders/license-plate holder give a touch of exclusivity to MV’s newest naked model. The graphics are also exclusive: a glossy black frame and a two-tone Pearl White/Pearl Red paint.
The jaw-dropping looks of the motorcycle can be credited to the catchy ‘bespoke livery’, the black frame and MV Agusta Corse logos. Race mode ABS, traction control and other techno-bits are on similar lines off the other Brutale’s in the series.
MV Agusta have priced the Brutale Corsa at €20,990 (INR 16.16 lakh) in the European market.
Story: Sayem Parvez Syed