MV Agusta understands how to make a nice motorcycle that thinks many motorcycles are works of art. And their latest project, Superveloce 800, is a great example of what Italian brands can do.
Although it is only a conceptual concept at the moment, MV Agusta would like to point out that Superveloce 800 is actually added to the 2019 lineup and will be produced in the second half of next year. With a mix of classic lines and new technology, the Superveloce 800 was a real head-turner during the EICMA Milan motorcycle show.
Based on the latest generation of the F3 800 SuperSport machine, the MV decided to give the Superveloce a classic touch. There's a big round headlight with simplified pairing, LEDs, a plexiglass in yellow at the top of the front cowl, and a stylish rear end with a circular LED traffic light.
MV Agusta did not disclose detailed technical information about the Superveloce 800 concept, but the pairing of showroom bikes is made of carbon fiber and MV Agusta will be converted to plastic in the final production version. Carbon fiber front for use with special version of Superveloce 800.
As we said, the concept bike is based on the F3 800 machine. That means a sweet, bumpy, three-cylinder engine with almost 150 horsepower in stock. Chassis, suspension, brakes, effective EAS 2.0 electronics packages, as well as production versions of Superveloce.
What do you think of this new MV Agusta Superveloce 800 concept?