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    MV Augusta Brutale 1000 Serie Oro, +200 bhp.

    The Brutale boys are smoking some strong stuff. By the way... that's how you make winglets look cool.

    https://www.visordown.com/news/new-b...tale-serie-oro
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    Wow, news to me.

    What a super cool bike, in every way. Love the exhaust and yes, those winglets are trick looking and not hokey add-ons.

    Pricing? Probably high $20s I suppose.

    Thanks for posting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAndrewG View Post
    Wow, news to me.

    What a super cool bike, in every way. Love the exhaust and yes, those winglets are trick looking and not hokey add-ons.

    Pricing? Probably high $20s I suppose.

    Thanks for posting!

    John
    $45800 according to the MV representative at the motorcycle show in NYC I spoke with a couple days ago.

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    The ORO version is always the most expensive version. I am sure they will bring out a lesser spec version for us mortals. Price to be determined

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    MSRP around $40k, looks like the factory is taking deposits. Very detailed construction, frankly a rolling work of engineering art. If only MV would spend just a bit of effort in developing dealer network and after sales support.... With Timur at the helm, I am afraid pretty soon the only MVs for the mortals will the the Cripples
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