The Nurburgring race track is pretty much synonymous with motorsports. It’s no surprise why many call it the temple of motor racing. The track has been a part of all major motorsport competitions. This includes Formula One, Moto GP, Work Superbike Championship and more. MV Agusta pretty much understands the value of the track, and hence it has come up with a limited-edition Brutale 1000 to pay tribute to the iconic race track. This motorcycle will come in as a limited edition, of which only 150 units will make it onto the streets.
Brief Overview Of Nurburgring Limited Edition Brutale 1000RR
Powering the engine is a Euro 5-compliant liquid-cooled 16-valve 998cc inline-four-cylinder motor. This is the same engine as present in the 2021 model. But there are some key differentiating factors in the limited edition model. One of the key additions is the titanium 4-into-2-into-1 Arrow exhaust system that helps in improving the torque output. MV Agusta is also using a dedicated ECU map for this edition. This aids in integrating the new hardware, thus making a power output of 215 HP as opposed to the stock trim that produced only 208 HP.
Moreover, this special Nurburgring edition weighs less than the stock model. This is because the MV Agusta is using a carbon fibre wheelset for this edition. This carbon fibre wheelset has been developed in partnership with carbon fibre specialists at BST. Moreover, the Italy based two-wheeler manufacturer has also removed billet hubs from the wheels that help in improving the agility and at the same time reduce weight as well.
Colour & Price
That’s not all; MV Agusta is using carbon fibre in the bodywork, flyscreen and heatshield as well. The motorcycle maker claims that the new flyscreen aids in reducing the front wheel lift at high speeds. There’s only one colour option that is a silver paint base with subtle Nurburgring red accents. Given all the hefty upgrades and additions, MV Agusta has set up a premium sticker price. And hence the Nurburgring Limited Edition Brutale 1000RR starts at EUR 39,900.
Also Read: 2021 MV Agusta Brutale 1000 RR revealed.