New MV Agusta RVS Teaser released – Is this the new Brutale 1200?

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MV Agusta has released a new trailer showcasing a brand new bike lurking in the dark with the letter “RVS” milled into an aluminium block.

The RVS stands for “Reparto Veicoli Speciali” which means “Special Vehicles Department” or Special Vehicles Operations”.

It was stated earlier this year that the firm is currently working on a four-cylinder, 1,200cc Brutale which has the potential to be the very same bike in the video.

MV Agusta has officially released a very short but exciting thriller just a couple of days ago. In a very simple 37 second video, it can be seen that the letters ‘RVS’ is milled on a solid aluminium block which stands for “Reparto Veicoli Speciali” which means “Special Vehicles Department” or Special Vehicles Operations”.

Nothing much can be seen in the video apart from what looks like a reworked Brutale hiding in the shadows (which looks a lot like the Dragster Blackout in the photo below). We also concluded that MV Agusta might be offering a special customization program for all those wanting to buy this upcoming new Brutale and making it their own.

Just a couple of months ago, MV Agusta announced that they will be introducing one brand new bike for 2017 and two more the following year. It was also mentioned that they are in fact working on a four-cylinder, 1,200cc Brutale which was supposed to debut at EICMA 2016 but never showed up.

CLICK HERE to read up on MV Agusta’s plans for the three new bikes for 2017 and 2018.

Instead, MV Agusta showcased three new bikes at EICMA 2016; the Brutale 800RR, Brutale Dragster SC and Turismo Velocre RC. None of these three bikes resemble the one seen in the super cryptic video posted by the Italian manufacturer a couple of days back.

CLICK HERE to check out their showcase at last year EICMA in Milan, Italy.

Whatever the case may be, the idea of personalised customization of the upcoming MV Agusta bike has the potential to bring in huge revenues to stabilize the firm’s cash flow back in order again. Let’s see if this will work because things are about to get exciting.

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