MV Agusta knows how to build motorcycles, creations that many riders consider works of art. And its latest design, the Superveloce 800 is a great example of what the Italian brand can do.
Although it is only in concept form at the moment, MV Agusta made it a point to point out that the Superveloce 800 is, in fact, an addition to its 2019 line, and will be produced in the second half of next year. With classic lines combined with new technologies, the Superveloce 800 was a real turnaround during EICMA's motorcycle show in Milan.
Based on the latest generation of the F3 800 supersport machine, MV decided to give Superveloce a classic touch. Aerodynamic fairings, a large round headlamp with LED headlights, a yellow plexiglass on the top of the front cowl, ending with a stylized rear end, also equipped with a round LED traffic light.
MV Agusta has not released any detailed technical information on the Superveloce 800 concept, but we know that the showroom fairings are made of carbon fiber, something that MV Agusta will certainly switch to the plastic in the final production version, or maybe continue the carbon fiber fairings to use in a special version of Superveloce 800.
As we said, the concept bike is based on the F3 800 engine, and that means it has the three-cylinder engine, capable of producing almost 150 hp in stock form. Chassis, suspensions and brakes, not to mention the effective electronic package EAS 2.0, should also be kept in the production version of Superveloce.
What do you think of this new concept MV Agusta Superveloce 800?