MV Agusta teases new RVS bike :- The Italian specialist bike creator has recently teased the approaching entry of an incredibly extraordinary bike. This new bike has been named the MV Agusta RVS, or Reparto Veicoli Speciali, which remains for Special Vehicle Operations in Italian.
MV Agusta has discharged definitely no data about this new bike, excepting a short 37-sec secret video which invests a lion’s share of its energy demonstrating the RVS name being carved into a piece of what gives off an impression of being strong aluminum. A faintly lit outline of the bike is noticeable over the most recent few seconds of the video.
From what can be seen of the tail segment, it would seem that the RVS depends on MV Agusta’s Brutale Dragster 800 RR and the tank is by all accounts comparable as well. In any case, at the front of the bicycle, you can see that the Dragster’s slanting oval fog light has been supplanted by a littler round unit. The bicycle likewise appears to game low-threw cut on handlebars, giving it a lively position. This persuades the RVS could be a bistro racer go up against the Dragster RR by MV Agusta.
What are drastically different are the tyres, which, in the RVS’ case, seem to be of the on-off road variety, which is a strange choice for a café racer. The wheels also appear to be wire spoke, instead of alloy, confirming that this is indeed based on the Dragster 800 RR and not the standard Dragster.
Of course, at this point, no one knows what the specs for this bike will be, but if it’s based on the Dragster RR, it would be a safe bet to assume that it will be powered by the same 798cc three-cylinder motor. This engine is good for 140hp of peak power, coming in at 13,100rpm, and a peak torque figure of 86Nm that comes in at 10,100rpm. It’s possible that these numbers might not translate exactly to the RVS as the engine might be retuned for its café racer guise.
MV Agusta’s bikes have been available in India since last year through a venture with MotoRoyale and the company is gearing up to launch the latest version of the Brutale 800 in the country in the coming months. Going by the name RVS, it’s likely to be a limited-edition model, but that might not stop it from being launched in India as MotoRoyale has in the past brought a few units of the limited-edition F4 and F3.