MV Agusta Diablo Brutale Unveiled

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If you have been a fan of the Brutale 800 by MV Agusta then this one-off Diablo Brutale is bound to make your jaws drop even more. Based on a special project to celebrate ‘Made in Italy’, the MV Agusta Diablo Brutale has been put together by Italian motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta in a joint partnership with tire manufacturer Pirelli.

As mentioned above, this single unit pays tribute to the design, craftsmanship, sportiness and high technology of the latest supersport tire, the Diablo series from Pirelli. Both the companies have been working synchronically from a long time. MV Agusta from 2011 has been using only Pirelli tires for all the motorcycles it manufactures.


The new MV Agusta Diablo Brutale 800 is a continuation of the first model that dates back to 2011. The Brutale is viewed by many enthusiasts as an ageless design from the Italian stable that continues to amaze even when compared to other modern motorcycles. Similarly, the Diablo Rosso III is the latest supersport tire in the Diablo series by Pirelli. The tire brings racetrack technology to the streets offering a higher level of grip and long-lasting performance.


Coming to the MV Agusta Diablo Brutale, the motorcycle comes doped in matte black-finished paint that acts a background for the luminous red accents referring to the tire logo. The ‘thunder’ groove thread pattern is the tire’s trademark and has been depicted on the tank, front fender and on both sides of the tail.

The Pirelli brand logo and the ‘D’ of the Diablo take its place on the tank on the motorcycle beside the MV Agusta emblem. The side walls of the Pirelli Diablo Rosso III on the motorcycle also receive special customization treatment with red colour graphic work.

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