MV Agusta is planning to launch two mass-produced versions of its Brutale 1000. The 2020 range of the stunning streetfighter will include two new models in addition to the exotic limited-edition 2019 Brutale 1000 Serie Oro. The two new models will be called Brutale 1000RC and Brutale 1000RR.



Brutale 1000 RR and 1000RC engine


Both, the MV Agusta Brutale 1000RC and MV Agusta Brutale 1000RR, will share the exact same 205 Bhp engine as the limited-edition Brutale 1000 Serio Oro (Gold Series), of which just 300 units were made. This means that both the motorcycles are set to share the Serie Oro model engine's state-of-tune. What does tell us? That both the models will be insanely fast.

Strangely enough, even the weight of the two new models is touted to be the same as the Serie Oro. Not that it's a bad thing but it's just a little strange considering the bevvy of exotic material used on the limited-edition Serie Oro. According to the information, both the bikes are said to have a kerb weight of 208 kg. The Serie Oro model weights 185 kg (dry)... add oil and fuel and other stuff and it should be roughly the same!

Brutale 1000 RR and 1000RC differences

Coming back to the two bikes in question, the Brutale 1000RC and Brutale 1000RR, they both will follow the norm of the MV Agusta range. Which means that the RC will be the higher-spec model and the RR will be the 'cheaper' variant. But as we all are aware, MV Agusta cheap is motociclo exotica for regular folks. Anyway, we expect the RC variant to be shod with electronic Ohlins while the RR variant makes do with conventional forks from... Marzocchi maybe? Apart from the suspension, a few flashy bits like carbon-fibre panels will differentiate the Brutale 1000RC from the Brutale 1000RR.

Brutale 1000 RR and 1000RC launch

Considering the fact that MV Agusta cannot build a bad-looking motorcycle, we are sure that these will be two stunning additions to the 2020 Brutale range. We are looking forward to EICMA 2019 because that is where we expect MV Agusta to reveal its 2020 range as they did with the 2019 range at EICMA 2018.

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