The Varese company has removed the veil on the Brutale 1000 RR with a 998 Cmc and 208 Hp four-cylinder engine, a record-breaking “naked” that exceeds 300 km / h. On sale from 31,500 euros
MV AGUSTA BRUTALE 1000 RR: THE LOOK
“This is a naked developed as such, and not an undressed super sports car. From the four exhausts to other elements, there is the history of the brand and the family feeling with the most recent models “said Giorgio Mazzotti, director of house design, removing the veil on the Brutale 1000 RR during the (virtual) launch conference . Taut lines and integrated volumes between front and rear. Circular headlight, full Led and equipped with Cornering Lights function, managed through the inertial platform so that the light beam “follows” the rider’s movements, changing direction and angle according to the dynamic position. And traveling in bright light with the daytime running lights on, the internal colored X section to trace a luminous “signature”. Aesthetically (compared to the Gold Series) the screws are made of steel, not titanium; aluminum rims instead of carbon.
MV AGUSTA BRUTALE 1000 RR: THE CHASSIS
The stylistic features of the Mv Agusta Brutale are confirmed in the new 1000 RR. The “mixed” structure frame, with steel trellis and aluminum side plates; the chassis dimensions are identical to those of the Gold Series with a compact wheelbase (1,415 mm) with a 97 mm trail. The Öhlins Nix EC fork is equipped with electronic adjustment of the hydraulic brake in rebound and compression; an electronic management that is found in the shock absorber fixed to the aluminum single-arm and in the Öhlins EC electronic steering damper, which is continuously adjusted according to the speed of the motorcycle. On the aerodynamic front, the wing profiles, on the side of the radiator, have a deportant function to increase the load on the front axle, an aspect that is particularly noticeable at very high speeds over 200 km / h. The braking system (shared with the Oro Series) includes Brembo Stylema front calipers, radial calipers and 320 mm floating discs; at the rear 220 mm disc combined with a two-piston caliper. The control unit is the Abs Bosch 9 Plus.
MV AGUSTA BRUTALE 1000 RR: THE ENGINE
The “heart” of the Brutale 1000 RR? The most recent evolution of the four-cylinder Mv Agusta in-line engine, widely redesigned (fine materials, electronic parameter revision) to reach 208 HP (13,450 rpm) and 116.5 Nm of torque (11,000 rpm). Here the experience in motorsport (between MotoGP and Superbike) played an essential role. The combustion chamber is inspired by F1. the titanium connecting rods derived from MotoGP to contain the masses, loads and overall inertia of the engine; the new “splitter” lubrication system, to separate the oil from the mechanical parts, is a direct transfer from SBK strokes. The advantages? Semi-dry sump lubrication allows the protection of mechanical parts, even in extreme driving conditions such as folds at high angles of inclination, without penalizing friction.
mv agusta brutale 1000 rr: ELECTRONICS
A new EM 2.0 control unit, the result of collaboration with Eldor, has allowed the Brutale 1000 RR a step forward in terms of electronic engine management. The full ride by ride with 4 mappings (Sport, Race, Rain, Custom) gives the rider a margin of choice; the Imu inertial platform manages the traction control (8 levels) which is also deactivated; Front Lift Control keeps the wheelie at bay and is proposed with an active / inactive option; the launch control, in the starting phase, intervenes on engine rpm and torque; the EAS 2.1 Up & Down electric gearbox is active both uphill and downhill.
MV AGUSTA BRUTALE 1000 RR: TECHNOLOGY
Cruise control is present. Smartphones and motorcycles communicate via Bluetooth. Incoming calls, messages and music can thus be managed directly via the 5 ” color Tft display. While the Mv Ride App multiplies the opportunities for the rider, even remotely, for example by allowing you to customize the electronics of the bike (based on your preferences and the route to be taken), but also to create travel itineraries.
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