The MV Agusta Brutale 1090 is imported as a CBU in the country and is offered with a host of electronic goodies that helps achieve a top-speed of 265 km/hr.
MV Agusta officially made its India entry late last year unveiling first two products for the Indian market including the F3 800 supersport as well as the Brutale 1090 street-fighter. Starting the new year with a bang, the Italian automaker has now commenced bookings for the Brutale 1090 which is priced at Rs. 19.3 lakhs (ex-showroom, Pune). The company also promises delivery in 20 days for the first 10 customers.
Prospective customers can make their bookings on MV Agusta’s Indian website www.motoroyale.in HERE to begin the sales process. The exotic Italian Brutale 1090 is one of the more beautiful naked bike globally that one can get their hands on and can be distinguished with its elliptical headlight cluster, exposed Trellis frame, twin exhausts and a single-sided swingarm. The naked gets LED tail lights while the tyres are wrapped in Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres. Further, you get 50 mm USD forks with radial front callipers for effective stopping power. The bike is available in Matte black and white colour schemes.
Powering the MV Agusta Brutale 1090 is a 1078cc in-line four-cylinder engine capable of churning out 144 BHP and has a top speed 265 km/hr. The Italian street-fighter boasts of a single-sided swingarm with sequentially timed Multipoint electronic injection. The motorcycle has a kerb weight of 183 kgs and a fuel tank capacity of 23-litres. Loaded with a host of tech wizardry, the Brutale gets 8-level traction control, 2 step ABS with inbuilt 4 maps system.
MV Agusta has stated that it has received over 100 enquiries for deliveries, due to which it has commenced accepting bookings for its motorcycles. The company will be retailing its Italian range via the new Motoroyale dealerships and plans to open six showrooms across the country. The first three will be located in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore, which will be opened later in the year. Further, the Motoroyale team at Kinetic is said to be ready with its service personnel and spare parts.