A collaboration between the Nordschleife and MV Agusta sees us today talking about the aptly named MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Nürburgring – the most extreme Brutale 1000 built to date.
This limited edition machine features carbon fiber BST wheels, for better turning and less unsprung weight.
A single-can full titanium Arrow exhaust is also a highlight, and uses a longer primary manifold for higher torque values. A “race” ECU is also included in the package.
MV Agusta has also added a small winglet design to the headlight assembly, in order to create more positive pressure at the front of the machine.
With all the race bits on, the Brutale 1000 Nürburgring makes a stout 212hp (158 kW) and 86 lbs•ft of peak torque from its inline-four cylinder power plant, which is on par with the other models in this family, but the real standout on the tech sheet is the nearly 20 lbs of weight lost compared to the RR model.
Even without all the race farkles on it, the MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Nürburgring weight 7 lbs less than the stock street legal RR, again thanks to all of its carbon fiber bits and bobs.
Of course, this Nürburgring machine comes with Öhlins suspension, fore and aft, as well as Brembo Stylema calipers.
Throw in a fetching livery to the package, and you have one unique and potent streetfighter, ready to tackle one of Germany’s most iconic roads.
Only 150 units of the MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Nürburgring will be made, and if you want one of them in your garage you’ll need to find €39,900 in your couch cushions.
Source: MV Agusta