New Four-Cylinder MV Agusta Brutale Debuting at EICMA

  • 15/09/2016

You know the new-bike season is just around the corner, because we’re starting to get glimpses of what the motorcycle OEMs will debut at shows like INTERMOT and EICMA.

We’ve already had a glimpse of the 2017 Honda CBR1000RR, as well as the 2017 BMW S1000R, and if the folks at Italian motorcycle magazine Motociclismo are correct, the following is a concept sketch of the four-cylinder 2017 MV Agusta Brutale.


The new Brutale is one of two new bikes that MV Agusta will launch at the EICMA show, with the other machine pegged as a special edition three-cylinder model.


For its four-cylinder Brutale, we expect the machine to use the current F4 superbike engine, which would bring some sanity to the model’s displacement choices.


The MV Agusta F4 continues to need a model revamp as well, though our understanding is that a new superbike is still a couple cycles away from appearing. MV Agusta’s plan seems to be to revamp the Brutale, and using that as a springboard for the F4.


The other new MV Agusta at EICMA will be a three-cylinder special edition machine, though it remains to be seen if the special model will be based off the F3, Brutale, Dragster, or Turismo Veloce. We hope the latter, just for something new.


Source: Motociclismo and asphaltandrubber




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