2021 MV Agusta Brutale 1000 RR: Photo Gallery
Modified On Jun 11, 2021 03:02 PM By Pratik Bhanushali
Pumping 210PS from its 998cc motor, the Brutale 1000 is one of the most powerful streetfighters
MV Agusta recently launched the 2021 Brutale 1000 RR in the international market. The bike has received a few functional tweaks for this year without tampering with the design quotient. So, let's get an up-close look at what the 2021 MV Agusta Brutale 1000 RR has to offer.
Sporting a menacing fascia, the updated Brutale 1000 RR uses the same neatly laid-out LED headlight with a DRL ring.
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It’s powered by a cleaner Euro5-compliant 998cc inline-four motor, mated to a 6-speed gearbox with an up and down quickshifter. It has an output of 210PS and 116.5Nm. The engine hasn’t lost any power while complying with the stringent emission norms, thanks to the internal tweaks.
Move to the right side and you’ll see the twin slash-cut exhaust setup.
Helping keep the front wheel down, the MV Agusta Brutale 1000 RR gets winglets too.
Lauded for its achingly beautiful looks, the bike is equally loaded with tech as well. You get traction control, cruise control, launch control, wheelie control, cornering ABS as well as Bluetooth connectivity with turn-by-turn navigation.
All these features can be accessed on the 5.5-inch TFT display, which is 0.5-inch larger than the predecessor.
The 2021 MV Agusta Brutale 1000 RR retains all its bling. It’s sprung by an electronically adjustable 43mm Ohlins USD fork and monoshock. Braking is via 320mm double floating discs up front, held by Brembo Stylema callipers and a 220mm rear disc.
One cannot possibly miss out the single-sided swingarm.
The 17-inch forged aluminium wheels are shod with Pirelli Supercorsa tyres.
It gets a 16-litre fuel tank and tips the weighing scale at 186kg.
Priced at around Rs 28.5 lakh in the European market, the 2021 Brutale 1000 RR won’t make it to India anytime soon as MV Agusta has ceased operations in our country.