MV Agusta: Anniversary Brutale 990R
2011 MV Agusta
MV Agusta will celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Italy by releasing a unique series of the Brutale 990R.
The exclusive Brutale, which will only be available for 150 customers,” renders even more elite an Italian designed object of cult distinguished by a strong personality and perfect union of technology and style.”
The livery is highlighted by the dashboard cover, which is the same color as the bodywork, spoiler and special tail that features only a single seat.
the Italian flag and the number 150 make this model immediately recognizable, also thanks to the motorcycle serial number which is inscribed on a plate located on the upper steering brace.
The motorcycles are offered in three color schemes: white, red, and black.
As for MV Agusta’s rich history, the company began when work was lacking following World War II. This limited amount of workignited the interest to create MV Agusta in 1945 near Milan in Cascina Costa, Italy. The idea came from two brothers that owned the aviation company, Agusta.
In order to save jobs and build cheap transportation, Count Vincenzo Agusta and his brother Domenico created MV Agusta (MV stands for Meccanica Verghera, Mechanic and town of Verghera in Italy).