The famous Italian motorcycle maker with a rich racing heritage aims to enter the Indian two-wheeler market as in 2012. Looking at the big names of two-wheeler industry like Harley Davidson, BMW, Ducatia and Aprilia making its India MV Agusta too has now announced its India entry.
The Italian company will bring its entire line up in India: Brutale family including the Brutale 920, Brutale R 1090, Brutale RR 1090, and spanking new Brutale 675 (numbers denoting engine capacity), apart from the sleek four-cylinder, 998cc F4 (192bhp) and F4 RR (198bhp), as well as three-cylinder, 675cc F3 superbikes.
The bikes will bought in India as a CBU (completely built units) and will be sold in India via the dealers which will be announced at the time of launch. MV Agusta motorcycles are designed, developed and manufactured in Italy.
About MV Agusta
MV Agusta produces high quality, high performance motorcycles. The current model line-up has influenced modern motorcycle design like no models before them. The F4 and Brutale are not only masterpieces of design and engineering, but have also won numerous awards around the world since they first appeared on the international scene.
Founded in 1945, MV Agusta currently holds 75 World Championship Titles (37 Constructors’ and 38 Riders’ Championships) and 270 Grand Prix victories. Some of the most famous riders in Grand Prix racing history have raced for MV such as Giacomo Agostini, Carlo Ubbiali, John Surtees, Mike Hailwood and Phil Read.
Following two years of investments and product development by Harley Davidson, on the 6th of August 2010 Claudio and Giovanni Castiglioni, through their family holding company repurchased 100% of the shares of MV Agusta Motor S.p.A. which owns historic brands MV Agusta and Cagiva.