212HP MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Serie Oro Sold Out
Published: Sunday, 04 August 2019 0:00 AM | By Maxabout News Team | 119 Views
According to the recent reports, all the 300 production units of MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Serie Oro, being claimed as “the most desirable and anticipated bike of 2020”, has been officially sold out. The motorcycle was officially unleashed at the EICMA in November 2018, leaving the viewers stunned with its unique design. The brand recently revealed the pricing for the motorcycle in the European market in June. The powerful streetfighter was available at a price tag of €42,990 (INR 33.77 lakh, direct conversion). The model carries design inspiration from the original Brutale design by Massimo Tamburini. The production-spec streetfighters are available with lower overall output in comparison to their faired counterparts but Brutale 1000 Serie Oro is an exception from this trend. The powerful engine used here is good for 212HP of maximum output in the stock form. The 4-1-4 exhaust system from SC-Project even looks the best with this minimalistic design. The power was achieved after using the combustion and other properties from the WSBK F4 RC bike. The four-cylinder engine uses 13.4:1 compression ratio and measures 998cc in displacement. The combustion chamber has been redesigned for better efficiency while camshaft timing was also changed to achieve an overall increase in performance. The compression rings are all-new, improving internal component life and taking performance to an all-new level. The bike weighs 186kg in the standard condition further losing 2kg with the race kit. The weight values are dry while adding fuel to the motorcycle will touch the 200kg mark. MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Serie Oro comes with 5-inch TFT display, eight-level traction control, up/down quick-shifter and wheelie control. The addition of launch control guarantees perfect superbike starts to the rider. The brand offers carbon fibre wheels, aerodynamic wings and much more to improve the overall riding character. The brakes are from Brembo while Ohlins supply the suspension components. The body panels are also made from carbon fibre to reduce the overall weight of Serie Oro. Being targeted for a special set of customers, the brand is planning on using the same platform of the limited edition motorcycle to churn out more affordable products which will be produced in mass numbers across several international as well as Asian markets.