2018 MV Agusta Brutale 800 RC First Look
The Brutale 800 gets the special treatment from MV Agusta Reparto Corse.
MV Agusta has given their mid-size three-cylinder nakedbike an RC makeover with the debut of the Brutale 800 RC at the EICMA Show in Milan, today.
There’ll only be 350 numbered editions of the Brutale RC made by the Varese factory in Italy, with each bike being graced with the MV Agusta Reparto Corse high-performance kit which includes a stunning shorty SC Project exhaust, worked cylinder head, new cams, valves, chain tensioner and an ECU upgrade that will boost power to a claimed 150bhp. You’ll also get a new Ergal clutch and brake levers, a paddock stand, bike cover and a certificate of authenticity from the MV Agusta factory.
Emblazoned with the number 37 (for the number of world championships MV Agusta have won and not Leon Camier’s race number), the Brutale is the latest in the line of 2018 RCs that include the Turismo Veloce RC, the F3 675 RC and the Leon Camier-replica F4 RC, not to mention the stunning Lewis Hamilton F4 LH44.
No mention has been made by MV Agusta USA as to the price and availability.