After teasing its upcoming special project earlier this year, Italian motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta has finally showcased its dragster-scrambler hybrid beast, called the RVS #1.
It's beastly, and every single part of it can be classified as art. With the RVS #1, MV basically took its Brutale Dragster and added some custom parts on it, ones that would allow it ride over dusty roads as well.
While the bike manufacturer retained the chassis of the Dragster along with some bits of the body work. The brand new headlight is bigger, looks retro but has been cleverly designed using an LED light array. The design is a complete mix of ideas, but it sure looks good when put together. For example, the two small spotlights mounted on the right side of the bike give it a futuristic feel compared to the retro look of the the headlight.
The fuel tank comes with titanium inserts and showcases aggressive lines.
There are the usual Dragster spoked rims, but comes with off-road tyres instead.
Coming to the engine, there an 800cc triple-cylinder inline that churns out 150 hp.
While many may expect the bike to get heavier, MV claims that it has in fact lost 8 kgs, which is good news for enthusiasts.
For now, all you can do is ogle at the video as pricing and production details have not been announced.
Published Date: Jun 13, 2017 20:26 PM | Updated Date: Jun 13, 2017 20:26 PM