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14 Sep 2021
MV Agusta launched the Brutale 1000RS version at a lower price than the Brutale 1000RR by roughly 200 million VND. This results in some premium equipment being cut.
In mid-2020, the super Naked bike MV Agusta Brutale 1000RR was officially launched with superior beauty. At which time, this motorcycle was sold at over 800 million VND in Europe and was placed among the most expensive commercial motorcycles in the world. However, recently MV Agusta aims to satisfy a wider community of bikers who wants to own Brutale 1000 at a better cost.
In MV Agusta Brutale 1000RS, the design bears strong resemblance to MV Agusta with beautiful curves that have been attracting many bikers at first glance. As a version aimed at serving more customers, Brutale 1000RS has been adjusted in the steering position for a higher handlebar, a thicker saddle to enhance comfortability.
Compared to Brutale 1000RR, the RS version is cut some modern equipment such as fully electric Ohlins forks, switching to use custom marzocchi forks and Sachs rear monoshock. Next, the ABS system was changed to Continental instead of Bosch like the RR version. Other electronic assistance systems remain the same with Wheelie control, launch control, cruise control, 2-way quickshifter, 5.5-inch TFT clock with GPS, and smartphone connection.
In terms of power, MV Agusta Brutale 1000RS comes with an in-line 3-cylinder 998cc engine block. This produces 208 horsepower at 13,000 rpm and 116.5 Nm of torque at 11,000 rpm.
MV Agusta Brutale 1000RS sales in Europe starts from 25,500 Euro (equivalent to about 685 million VND). The new model is cheaper than the previously released RR version by 200 million VND.
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