Straight outta pas­sion!

Mo­toroyale to bring its sports tourer, Turismo Ve­loce and bru­tal Bru­tale 1000 Serie oro to In­dia!

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MO­TOROYALE HAS CON­FIRMED THE AR­RIVAL of the Turismo Ve­loce 800 & the Bru­tale 1000 Serie Oro in In­dia this year. Apart from five brand launches and seven brand tie-ups, MV Agusta is one of the brands Mo­toroyale has tied up with to bring the afore­men­tioned mo­tor­cy­cles to the In­dian shores.

Based on the F3 800, the Turismo Ve­loce 800 is pow­ered by the same en­gine that is seen on the In­dia-spec Bru­tale 800. The three cylin­der 798cc en­gine that de­vel­ops 110bhp and 80Nm is mated to a six-speed gear­box with a quick­shifter. The SCS vari­ant also comes with a vis­i­ble cen­trifu­gal clutch with ECU based op­er­a­tion for clutch­less rid­ing.

The Turismo Ve­loce 800 will go up against the Du­cati Mul­tistrada 950, Tri­umph Tiger XR and Honda Africa Twin.

Now about the mo­tor­cy­cle that was awarded the ‘most beau­ti­ful mo­tor­cy­cle of the show’ at EICMA 2018, the Bru­tale 1000 Serie Oro. It is not only the most beau­ti­ful one, but also the most pow­er­ful naked sport­bike in the world. Pow­er­ing it is a 998cc, in­line-four that pro­duces 205bhp at 13,500rpm and 115.5Nm at 9,300rpm. Not enough power? Well, MV Agusta will spec your Serie Oro with a rac­ing kit (a ded­i­cated ECU and SC-Project ti­ta­nium ex­haust) to up the power by 4bhp, tak­ing the to­tal to 209bhp! MV Agusta says that the Serie Oro is closely as­so­ci­ated with

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