MV Agusta ‘RVS’ Motorcycle Concept Unveiled
MV Agusta’s Reparto Veicoli Speciali (RVS) program brings out the first concept from its special vehicle development unit. Castiglioni Research Center saw the blend of MV Agusta’s designers and engineers, working together for the creation of this excellent concept.
It is clearly based on Brutale 800 but comes with additional components to keep things on the same track as performance bikes. It looks like a scrambler with its huge tyres and spoke wheels, further raising eyebrows with a single cafe racer style seat.
The RVS machines are expected to arrive in limited numbers and pricing would definitely be on the higher side. The motorcycle gets front LED round headlight, bar end round mirrors and huge front dual disc brakes.
It is currently in its working stage as you can see the company rider taking a ride on this exclusive machine in the video. The motorcycle is carefully hand-built and comes with perfection filled attitude in its smallest possible parts. The rear end is sharp and typically resembling a MV Agusta motorcycle.
MV Agusta Brutale 800 comes with a 795cc, three cylinder engine producing 125 HP at 11600 rpm and 81 Nm at 8600 rpm. It claims a top speed of 245 kmph while the overall weight stays 167 kg (dry).
MV Agusta offers premium components like Brembo brakes and Marzocchi suspension, along with ZR spec 120 and 180 section front and rear wheels. The RVS version has undisclosed amount of power under the frame while its weight seems to go up through the inclusion of heavier wheels and thicker rubber.