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New MV Agusta Brutale 675 Expected This Year

The second half of 2016 is said to be when MV Agusta could reveal their new generation of Brutale 675 motorcycles. Even though nothing is certain at this moment, the expectations from the house of Schiranna are very high.
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Obviously, these expectations are derived from what the new 800 machines brought to the market in 2015. With MV Agusta on an ascending trend and benefiting from Mercedes financing, the Italian manufacturer upped their game significantly, adding more models to their line-up and increasing their presence in the worldwide markets.

Far from simply dishing out new bikes, MV Agusta also made solid efforts to improve their machine on a technical level. The new 800 generation arrived with the MVICS 2.0 electronics package comprising updated traction control and ABS settings, plus a quickshifter, aesthetic enhancements and revised chassis geometry.Is the Brutale 675 going to be a miniature Brutale 800?
It doesn't take a bike engineer to figure out that the public will be looking for similar improvements in the 675 machine. MV Agusta motorcycles are already among the most stylish bikes in the business, and the current 675 is not an exception.

However, the latest models the Varese manufacturer introduced in 2015 took things to a new level, with the bikes incorporating a more poignant dose of luxury. Models such as Turismo Veloce Lusso showed that Schiranna has never run out of styling resources.It doesn't look like the new Brutale 675 will be an A2-compliant bike
Even if this is a wet dream for many, the upcoming MV Agusta Brutale 675 will most likely not be A2- compliant. The current version packs 110 horsepower, and this makes a derivation from it still fall outside the A2 license limits.

Anyway, with the increasing success MV Agusta machines are enjoying around the world, new and returning riders in search of pure Italian sport styling, fancying Schiranna working secretly on a small-displacement, A2-ready machine is not an exaggeration.

We've seen even the mighty BMW Motorrad following this path and their expectations for the G310R are nothing short of immense. Put a historic badge in a package selling for an affordable price, and get ready for success, isn't it?


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