Rendered: MV Agusta Brutale 675 B3

03/03/2011 @ 4:30 pm, by Jensen Beeler5 COMMENTS

Naturally with the new MV Agusta F3 supersport, which according to MV Agusta will be available in the Fall of 2011, comes the news that we’ll be seeing a naked version of the 675cc three-cylinder motorcycle. Dubbed the Brutalina by Castiglioni, the MV Agusta Brutale B3 675 seems a more appropriate and official name for the smaller Brutale, and is a sign the project is becoming more cohesive. While official details are still scarce, judging from how the larger predecessor compares to the venerable and iconic MV Agusta F4, we have some vague idea of how the Brutale B3 675 will compare to the now officially debuted F3.

Helping us form a more cohesive thought though is photoshop master Jérôme Vannesson, of French magazine Moto Revue, and thankfully he has done up some renders on what the MV Agusta Brutale B3 675 could look like. Vannesson’s work is flawless, and in the past he’s been spot on with the design cues used by the OEMs. Time will tell if MV Agusta follows Vannesson’s line of thought, but until the Brutale B3 unveils, we’ll have to drool over his renders instead. Check Moto Revue‘s site for all four of Vannesson’s photochops (we like the black and white bike with the red frame the most).

Source: Moto Revue

  • MikeD

    So much has been talked already about both versions that they just look like BLAH, MEH….overpriced anorexic looking thing like one of those “crack whore, look like i have Cancer skinny” fashion models.

    Just like GM and screwing the new Camaro with so much fricking xposure and talk and the fricking car wasn’t available yet for some time.

  • Got to argue with that Mike D. I realy like it and I don’t like a lot of the new ones. Great pipes, lots of “air space”, really well featured motor, the seat tank relationship is really well done, and that just a bit of trellis frame is nice. Very delicate looking wheels to in a titanium color. A naked bike thta looks light

  • MikeD

    Yes…all valid points and still true but i was more like ranting how felt about it already, i think is that time of the month for me…lol. And to make matters better 99.9% of the times until u see the bike in person u truly don’t know if u’ll like for sure. It happens to me all the time.

  • froryde

    I was really looking forward to the Brutalina, but if it looks anything like this, I’ll stick with the F3. It’s not horrible, but some of the density and muscularity of the original Brutale has been lost. Not to mention the headlight and the instrument pod looks disproportionally big in the photo (maybe they were too lazy to resize?)

  • BikePilot

    I like it, but they really need a single-seat option without the passenger peg/hanger.