Just a few short weeks after introducing the new F3 800, MV Agusta is once again unveiling a new model in the Brutale Corsa, a refined version of the brand’s Brutale RR.
A 1,078 cc inline four motor from the Brutale RR powers the new Corsa model. Ultra-light specific forged wheels and trick Öhlins front fork are said to enhance riding dynamics. A billet steering head was created specifically for the Brutale Corsa. There are plenty of new styling touches too: the frame is finished in gloss black paint and the seats are hand-stitched, while rider foot pegs and brake and clutch fluid reservoir caps are machined from solid billet. The tank guard has been created specifically for this bike, while the sports license plate mount and the carbon fiber rear mudguard and front mudguard spoiler are branded with the MV Agusta Corse logo.
Dry weight is a claimed 183 kg (403.5 lbs), the frame is chrome moly, suspension is fully adjustable and the engine puts out 158 hp. Names like Sachs, Brembo and Nissin complement the new model with fine accents.
The European price has been set at 20,990 Euros, meaning IF the elite Brutale Corsa comes to Canada, you can probably expect to drop somewhere above $29,000 when all is said and done.