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Just a quick looks but I think it's a Brutale year

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So does this mean there wont be a new 4 cylinder 1200cc brutale in 2018? Nor the new F4
We have to wait another year for a new model

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Unless There's already an F4 being developed I'm not counting with a new SBK before 2020
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We have to wait a bit longer!


But what's it worth, GC said in a interview with his friend and journalist "But this is sufficient for us to keep our existing product range current – so we introduced Euro 4 versions of all our existing models at the EICMA Show last year – and to develop new products like the fantastic Brutale RR we launched there also, as well as a new F4 four-cylinder platform in the Sport and Super Naked segments. This will come as a 2019 model, not before – so we will launch it at the November 2018 EICMA Show" and "We know that a Brutale 1200 will sell very strongly, so we have to concentrate on that" and "At the moment we’re making 90 three-cylinders for every 10 four-cylinders. But when the new four-cylinder arrives in 2019, this proportion will change – and also the 5,000 units annual production will increase slightly, but not by very much"


The link : https://www.motorcycle-magazine.com/castiglioni-speaks/


So according to the things he said in the interview, it's not so reliable.


I hope we will hear something about, i'm getting tired of waiting, so I have to take my F4 for a ride.
Thát's not a punishment!!


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2018 it is. I was really hoping they'd show the new 1200cc Brutale.
Might not increased so much more sales, but more attention and thus a slight increase in sales would be even better for the compagny.

And a all new engine. This is gonna be good.

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So far the Brutale Pirelli is my favorite bike from eicma and the F4 LH starts to look nice but didn't change my mind on that ridiculous price tag
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So far the Brutale Pirelli is my favorite bike from eicma and the F4 LH starts to look nice but didn't change my mind on that ridiculous price tag
The brutale pirelli is pretty nice indeed. The problem is you can't order a new set of tyres for these bikes with the blue lines. (I Geuss)
Same goes for the F4 LH. Special print on tyres.

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MV really need to avoid doing too many "specials" and models of the same bike like they did with the Gen 1. When you do too many specials, they are not special anymore. It waters down the model.

The ones they do need to be good. A different colour isn't "special"
The new LH F4 is gaudy and lacking in taste (bogan) for such a brand.

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