By Chase Hadden
2021 MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR: The Gold Standard Of Italian Mid-Size Styling
Unlike its de-tuned Rosso brother, the Brutale 800 RR restores what is lost in the Rosso and provides the rider with the completely unlocked 798cc engine. Although they share engines, the RR manages to extract an extra 30 horsepower from the motor bringing the total power figures closer to 140 hp and 64. lb-ft of torque.
The Brutale 800 RR is the gold standard for mid-displacement exotic naked motorcycles. A good case can be argued that the Dragster line from MV Agusta carries a higher level of prestige as both models are built around the same power plant and framework, but at the end of the day, MV Agusta considers the Dragster as more of a “streetfighter” meaning the Brutale RR can take its rightful place as king of the mid-displacement nakeds.
The Brutale 800 RR brings riders a rich riding experience at a substantially high price tag, but you get what you’re paying for. Although the Brutale is a great looking bike with lots of thought being put into small stylistic details, MV Agusta definitely didn’t sleep on any of the electronic features. The Brutale 800 RR comes packed with electronic assists such as a total of eight traction control modes, four riding modes, Bosch ABS, fully adjustable suspension and a large TFT dash so the rider can conduct this electrical orchestra.
The 2021 MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR starts at $19,400 USD / $15,990 EUR.
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