Monday , June 21 2021

MV Agusta Superveloce 800, the concept

After the launch of the amazing 1000 Oro Oro Brutale, MV Agusta is still amazed by the concept that is destined to enter production in the middle of next year. This is called Superveloce 800 and is certainly one of the most original and interesting models of the recent MV history.

Antique advice
The technical base, three-cylinder engine, chassis and brakes, comes from the F3 800, a super sports car that has distinguished itself thanks to its exceptional driving efficiency, focusing on a blend of agility and strength. Superstructures, however, are completely new: made of carbon fiber, they suggest seventy advice – Plexiglas and the protection of both optical front units are symbolic, both are yellow – but they clearly look at models that have made the history of the brand. Fun, for example, references to the past on asymmetrical tailpipes, two on the right and one on the left. Round-shaped windshield, designed in a circular headlamp, which contains a functional full LED poly-triel element. The front position lamp is integrated into a compact instrumentation. LEDs for the rear optical unit, also circular, to seal the tail are very important and that it will be possible to change from one seat to two seats.

Even more power
Let's go back to technique: the engine will be remapped to get superior performance and will use a completely new exhaust system. Driving position and saddle dimensions, handlebar and footrests remain like the F3 800, no doubt racing. Therefore, this very elegant Superveloce will not be comfortable, but will rely on adjustable footrests, on TFT instruments with special graphics and a series of very accurate details, such as specially designed tank caps and leather straps to anchor the tank to the frame : a vintage touch that is purely aesthetic value but very much in line with a bicycle.

The new MV Agusta Superveloce 800 will go into production in a possible technical and final aesthetic appearance during 2019. The price is unknown.

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