MV Agusta recently took the wraps off the Brutale 1000 RR Blue and White M.L. To memorialize its visual appeal, we bring to you images of the motorcycle along with details explaining why it is so special.
The Brutale 1000 RR Blue and White M.L is an ultra-exclusive motorcycle with only one unit to be ever built. It was commissioned by a certain Mr. M.L, rumoured to be Marcelo Lippi-the Italian coach who led the national team to its 2006 World Cup victory.
The motorcycle, as its name suggests is based on the Brutale 1000 RR, although it gets a few changes that make it special. To begin with, it is adorned in a blue and white livery inspired by the Brutale 910R Italia. Moreover, it also sports matte gold-finished swingarm, frame, fork bottles, and wheels that add flair.
To further signify its exclusivity, MV Agusta has added a plate with the 001/001 serial number on the headlamp cowl. However, apart from the new colour, the Brutale 1000 RR Blue and White M.L is the same as the standard bike.
It comes powered by a 998cc, inline-four cylinder engine that is capable of producing a staggering 208bhp. The special-edition also borrows the Ohlins suspension and Brembo Stylema brakes from the standard Brutale 1000 RR.
The electronic suit is also the same- a two-way quickshifter, traction control, and four riding modes. Nevertheless, MV Agusta hasn’t revealed the pricing of the Brutale 1000 RR Blue and White M.L. And even if it did, there is only one motorcycle in the world, and it already has an owner.