MV Agusta Diablo Brutale Revealed!

A delicious little Italian cocktail has just been presented to bikers around the world. MV Agusta and Pirelli have joined hands to give birth to the Diablo Brutale – a special edition motorcycle to celebrate the partnership between the two companies.

Since 2011, MV Agusta has equipped all of its models with Pirelli tyres and the Diablo Brutale is based on the new Brutale 800 i.e. the first standard production bike to ever use Pirelli Diablo Rosso III tyres. The Diablo Brutale is finished in a matt black paint shade, interspersed with a strong dose of luminous red accents as a reference to the Pirelli Diablo Rosso tyre logo.

The Diablo Rosso III logo appears on the tank’s side, while the typical ‘thunder’ groove of the tread pattern, which represents the tyre’s trademark, appears on the tank, the front fender and both sides of the tail. Both, the tyre maker's logo and the red “D” of Diablo appear next to the MV Agusta logo on the top of the tank and while the Brutale 800 never sported a subtle design to begin with, the custom styling just makes it that much more attention grabbing. Pirelli has decided to equip the Diablo Brutale with a set of Diablo Rosso III tyres with a dedicated red graphic.

While we may never get to see this bike in the metal, MV Agusta is expected to bring the2016 Brutale 800 to India by the end of this year. The Italian automaker recently marked its official entry into the Indian market and launched the Brutale 1090 street-fighter, along with the fully-faired F3 and F4.

Pricing for the MV Agusta Brutale (On Road Price of Delhi)

Variants                                   On Road Price*

Mv Agusta Brutale 675             14,41,050

Mv Agusta Brutale 1090            22,90,232