2018 MV Agusta Dragster 800 RR Pirelli revealed
27th Sep 2018 8:00 am
Built with the Pirelli Design team, the sport-naked motorcycle features special details and exclusive tyres.
MV Agusta recently revealed yet another special edition of its Dragster 800 RR. Called the Dragster 800 RR Pirelli, the bike features two unique colour schemes, aesthetic detailing and Pirelli’s Diablo Supercorsa SP tyres with coloured lettering.
The Dragster 800 RR Pirelli is available in two colour combinations – black/yellow, and white/blue. The bikes have accents that complement the base colour. This can be seen from the rim tape to the Pirelli lettering on the tank. The wheels on the white/blue version also feature the dual-tone colour scheme, while the one on the black/yellow bike don’t. The frames on these two MVs, however, feature matching paint.
The bike also features Pirelli’s ‘flash’ symbol that is used for the company’s Diablo tyre range. It can be seen on the rubberised tank pad and embroidered on the seat. Speaking of the Diablo tyres, this Dragster features a set of unique Supercorsa SPs which feature lettering colour-coded to match the bike’s paint. The exhaust on the motorcycles is also now finished in a special ceramic-based matte black paint. The motorcycle, however, remains mechanically identical to the standard Brutale 800 RR which means it uses a 798cc, liquid-cooled, three-cylinder motor that makes 140hp and 87Nm of torque.
The company has said that it will sell the motorcycle in a limited number but hasn’t revealed further details yet.