Motoroyale by Kinetic has announced the launch of the limited edition MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR America in India. The availability of the new model is limited to merely 200 units globally, and the Indian market will receive five units of the middleweight naked roadster. Interestingly, the limited edition model costs INR 30,000 lower than the standard Brutale 800 RR.
The MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR America pays homage to the “S America 750”, a model that dates back to 1975. The limited run motorcycle features a red, white and blue colour scheme. Speaking about the launch of the MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR America in India, Ajinkya Firodia, Managing Director of Motoroyale Kinetic, said:
MV Agusta bikes have a legacy of innovation, safety, speed and style. The limited edition ‘America’ model has it all- striking looks, maximum performance and the sportiest ride. With the launch of the Brutale 800 RR America, we at Motoroyale have reinforced our objective of bringing the most premium bikes in the world to riders in the Indian market. In 2018, we launched seven models from some of the biggest global brands and we are building on our exceptional product repertoire with this first launch in 2019.
The limited edition motorcycle features dual seats, concealed passenger grab rails, signature lights and a lightweight sub-frame. The flyscreen holds the production number, and the bike comes with a certificate of authenticity. The wire-spoke wheels also get the American flag-inspired theme, and it features red hub, blue spokes and white rim. The top part of the fuel tank is adorned with stars while the "America Special Edition" decal is placed on the sides of the radiator.
Engine specifications include a 798 cc inline three-cylinder, liquid-cooled, engine that delivers a maximum power of 140 hp at 12,300 rpm and 86 Nm of peak torque at 10,100 rpm. The six-speed gearbox packs a slipper clutch. The top speed of the motorcycle is rated at 244 km/h. The MV EAS 2.0 (Electronically Assisted Shift) offers the convenience of clutchless up and down gearshifts.
Stopping power comes from 320 mm double floating discs at the front and a 220 mm single steel disc at the rear. Shock absorption tasks are performed by 43 mm Marzocchi inverted telescopic hydraulic forks at the front and Sachs monoshock at the back.