MV Agusta and Pirelli together designed an impressive limited edition motorcycle.
Italy is a country that stands out for its exquisite pasta, its fashion and luxurious sport-cars designers, and for their motorcycles and its high-performance tire brands. At the same level as Lamborghini, Ferrari, Pagani or Ducati, stand MV Agusta and Pirelli, companies that have worked jointly in the design of the MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR Pirelli, a highly sportive motorcycle worthy of the flag it represents.
MV Agusta is an Italian motorcycle manufacturer that started its operations at the beginning of the 20th-century embracing, mainly, the aviation industry. After the first world war, the Agusta family decided to dedicate themselves to manufacturing motorcycles and, by the end of the 1940s, presented their first model, known as the “98”. It was not long until the 98 positioned itself at the forefront of great sportive triumphs in different European motorcycling categories, which launched the company as an immediate commercial success.
MV Agusta is an Italian motorcycle manufacturer that started its operations at the beginning of the 20th-century embracing, mainly, the aviation industry.
In turn, Pirelli is one of the best tire brands in the world and their renowned “Corsa” and PZero” models are true fetishes among the car and motorcycle lovers.
After many years of collaboration, these two companies have just announced that Pirelli will be the exclusive tire brand for MV Agusta and, to celebrate it, they have launched the Brutale 800 RR Pirelli, limited edition.
This powerfully strong motorcycle that features an 800 CC engine and 140 horsepower has been redesigned in collaboration between the image teams of both companies to achieve a style that highlights the mechanic attributes of the motorcycle, as well as the functional benefits of the tires.
Therefore, the Diablo™ Supercorsa SP tires, which are significantly wider than those used in the regular version, are introduced, offering a greater adherence and pushing force. The selected shades range along the gray and black scale, decorated with details in red that enhance the identity of both companies.
A second version, which is a little bit more discrete, combines the same shades with details in blue, delivering a prominent aesthetic and reinforcing the exuberance of the naked design, which allows for the steel tubular trellis, the gigantic engine, the three-pipe exhaust painted in matte gold and the Brembo drilled disc to be shown.
Presented at the EICMA Motorcycle Show, the trading price for the Brutale 800 RR Pirelli has not yet been confirmed; nonetheless, it has already created a stir among motorcycle lovers, extending the Italian tradition of building beautiful, luxurious and very powerful vehicles. ■
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