Premium Motorcycle brand MV Agusta has recently revealed its stunning 2014 Brutale 800 Dragster. As the name suggest, the Dragster variant is part of the brand’s naked bike range line-up, based on the Brutale 800.
Equipped with the same 798 cc powerplant from the Brutale 800, the Dragster differentiates itself aesthetically with a lower seat height, a somewhat ‘chopped’ look rear-end with its taillights divided into two and pushed to the sides, and the 200 width rear tyres compared to the 180 on the standard Brutale 800.
Standard safety equipment is also the same as the Brutale 800 but the Dragster gets a Bosch 9 Plus system with Rear wheel Lift-up Mitigation (RLM) on its Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), in which the standard model comes without.
Apart from that everything else remain the same with the in-line three cylinder engine producing, according to the manufacturer, 125 hp at 11,600 rpm instead of 123 hp on the standard Brutale 800.
The MV Agusta Brutale has always boasted a stunning range line and this 800 Dragster variant doesn’t fall short with its sexy ‘chopped’ rear end look.