The Kinetic Group, which has exclusive arrangement with MV Agusta S.P.A of Italy for the import and sale of high-end MV Agusta superbikes in India, unveiled the gorgeous machines for the first time in Pune this month. MV Agusta the Italian superbike brand, which has entered India in association with Kinetic Group for the import and sale of its bikes, unveiled its 1090 and F2 800 models. The Italian high-performance motorcycle brand is brought to India by Kinetic Group’s new superbike venture, Motoroyale. The group will soon inaugurate Motoroyale showrooms in major metro cities, which will provide spares, service and after-sales support. The MV Agusta F3 800 is slated for an early 2016 release, when the pricing will be announced.
The MV Agusta Brutale 1090, which was originally designed by the legendary Italian motorcycle designer, Massimo Tamburini, is powered by a 1078cc four-cylinder engine that produces 144 horsepower and 112Nm of torque and reaches a top speed of 265kph. The bike comes with 8-stage traction control and ABS, the price of this bike starts at ₹17.99 Lakhs. The MV Agusta F3 800, which has been hailed as one of the best looking superbikes in the world, is powered by a 798cc three-cylinder engine, which produces 148 horsepower and boasts of a top speed of 269kph. The bikes comes equipped with 8-stage traction control and ABS. The pricing for this bike will be announced closer to its launch in India, which is scheduled for an early 2016.
The Kinetic Group has an exclusive partnership with MV Agusta for the Indian market, and will be providing spares, service and after sales support for MV Agusta customers in India. As part of its marketing strategy, the Kinetic Group will set up a chain of superbike showrooms, titled ‘Motoroyale’ as mentioned above, these showrooms will be opened across all the major metro cities in India, for the retail of high-end superbikes by MV Agusta.
With this launch, the Brutale 1090 is the first motorcycle from the Italian company to be sold in India officially.
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