A bike that costs Rs 16 lakhs in the UK, better be a damn good bike. Well the new MV Agusta costs about that much and you better believe that it is one serious piece of machinery. The new bike we are talking about is the Brutale 1090 Corsa, which is based on the 1090R. With 158bhp of power and 100Nm of torque, the Brutale Corsa is instantly recognizable at first sight for the outstanding quality of its components, extreme attention to detail and spectacular bespoke livery – which is also why it costs so much. There are also ultra-light specific forged wheels and fully adjustable Öhlins front forks and plenty of new styling touches to. The frame is finished in gloss black paint and the hand-stitched rider and passenger saddles have been redesigned. There are also new brake levers, rider foot pegs and brake and clutch fluid reservoir caps machined from solid billet. The sports license plate mount and the carbon fiber rear mudguard and front mudguard spoiler are branded with the MV Agusta Corse logo.
MV Agusta Brutale 1090 Corsa Edition
By Jared Solomon | on July 17, 2013
Tags: MV Agusta Brutale 1090
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