Brutale 800 Diablo Rosso by Pirelli & MV Agusta

May 27, 2016

Category: Rides

When you put two iconic Italian brands in a room together and tell them to craft a custom roaster, it’s no surprise this is what you get. Both Pirelli and MV Augsta have worked together building bikes for decades now and felt it was time to present a tribute superbike; dedicated to the success these two brand enjoyed over the years.

Dubbed the Diablo Rosso, it’s a special version of their Brutale 800 naked roadster and the latest in the Brutale series. It also pays homage to the new Diablo Rosso III supersport tires with which it wears quite nicely. This model is based on the Brutale 800 model, modified stylistically and adorning several Pirelli logos and red stripes that mimic the thunder groove of the Diablo Rosso tread pattern. It’s quite the mean-looking machine if you ask us. Unfortunately, it’s not set to go into production. Nonetheless, it’s a damn fine bike to admire. Bellissimo!

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