The new MV Agusta custom bikes come based on Brutale 800 RR are named as the Brutale 800RR Ballistic Trident and Dragster 800 Blackout
MV Agusta has unveiled two custom dragster bikes at the Motor Bike Expo in Verona Italy. The two models are based on the Brutale 800 RR and christened as the Brutale 800RR Ballistic Trident and the Dragster 800 Blackout. Both the bikes come wearing a very intimidating and mean machine appearance.
The Brutale 800 RR is the most famous and popular naked bike from the Italian brand. Based on this bike, the Brutale 800RR Ballistic Trident has been designed by the MV Agusta Taiwan for Mr. Winston Yeh, founder of Rough Crafts. The Italian bike manufacturer claims that this bike is a tribute to the first supersports of the last century MotoGP.
In December 2016, this MV Agusta Brutale 800RR Ballistic Trident was displayed at the Hot Rod Custom Show in Yokohama. Apart from being a very aggressive model, this bike sports an unique look with the dustbin fairing. Painted in Black, this model also gets golden strips that enhance the visual appeal of the bike further.
The second bike displayed is the MV Agusta Dragster 800 Blackout. This model is also painted in Black and looks more aggressive. It has been built in joint collaboration between the Varese factory and Valter Moto Components. The body graphics on the bike has been painted by the Tecnoart Sersan team.
In terms of design, the bike gets a circular 7-inch full LED headlight with aluminum trim, a low mounted instrument cluster. Apart from that it also gets a fork mounted fully colour HD screen giving the rider a view of the rear through the tail-mounted waterproof camera. The fuel tank looks very muscular and sculpted. The company currently does not have plans to produce these custom models in big numbers.