- Details confirmed via social media accounts
- New models to feature Bluetooth-enabled instrument cluster
- Euro5-compliant MV Agusta models to be launched in India
Italian two-wheeler brand, MV Agusta has confirmed via its social media handles that it will unveil the 2021 Brutale and Dragster three-cylinder model range soon. While the company did not mention a timeline, it gave a glimpse at the upcoming motorcycle through a teaser image. The photograph reveals the LED headlight setup and bar-end mounted mirrors.
The styling cues are likely to undergo some updates, and the 2021 model range should feature revised colours and graphics. The instrument cluster, too, should receive upgrades and the new model range should benefit from the second-generation, Bluetooth-enabled, 5.5-inch TFT screen that will work with the MV Ride app. The smartphone application, which is already available on select models, can be used to access data such as the battery charge and fuel level. The rider can also personalise the engine, suspension, and safety menus through the application.
The motor will be updated to comply with the newest emission norms. The updated models will retain the three-cylinder, liquid-cooled layout. The displacement and output numbers, too, are not likely to be very different from the Euro4 models.
MV Agusta will bring its Euro5-compliant motorcycles to the Indian market, although the company is yet to make an announcement about the launch timeline.