Exotic Italian motorcycle manufacturer shows off rendered images of a stunning new concept dubbed the Brutale 921 S.
The new concept, inspired by the MV Agusta 750S of the 1970s, will serve as the foundation for a futuristic model based in the heritage and tradition of Agusta’s motorcycle manufacturing.
The concept motorcycle is powered by an all-new redesigned in-line four cylinder engine delivering 115.5 hp at 7000 rpm, with 116.5 Nm of maximum torque. The cutting-edge four-pot has updated intake ducts that connect to a liquid cooling circuit that is more effective, and even new camshaft profiles that are intended to provide a particularly progressive throttle response.
The concept 921 S features a lightweight frame of the latest generation with a welded steel tube trellis and aluminum alloy side plates. The featured components are of the highest quality, from the chassis with an oversized swingarm to the wheels, which are made with a combination of carbon fibre cover, spokes, and a forged rim, and from the four exhausts exits positioned under the engine to the intriguing aluminium front brake cover, which is both a stylistic and functional solution, as it carries air to the callipers and allows them to cool more quickly.
The touch screen enabled instrument panel positioned on the fuel tank and two short race inspired semi-handlebars made out of forged aluminum enhances the vintage sportiness of the cafe racer.
The round headlight is accentuated by DRLs, a decorative metal ring and a powerful central light. The rear LED tail light assembly adds to the style coherence of the neo retro motorcycle.
921 S conceptualized by MV Agusta engineers Brian Gillen and Stephen Zache is a classic looking futuristic motorcycle.