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|01-26-2016, 06:11 AM||#1|
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MV Agusta confirms updated Brutale 675 on the way
New 675 Brutale to follow Brutale 800 later this year
MV AGUSTA has used the launch of the new Brutale 800 in Spain to confirm that it will be bringing out an updated 675cc Brutale in the next few months.
It’s likely the updated 675 Brutale will follow a similar path to the new Brutale 800, which for 2016 has a new Euro4 compliant engine that makes 25% more claimed torque, a hydraulic slipper clutch and MV’s MVICs electronics system, which includes a ride-by-wire throttle and eight-stage traction control. Styling change to the 675 Brutale are likely to bring it in line with the new Brutale 800.
We'll have a first ride review of the new MV Agusta Brutale 800 available on in the next few days.
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