MV Agusta is getting serious about World Superbike racing, and will have three versions of the F4, including the standard one shown. Even on this base model, you get a wide variety of performance-enhancing features, including four engine maps (one customizable), eight levels of traction control with a lean angle sensor, electronically assisted shifting of the cassette-style transmission with slipper clutch, inverted Marzocchi forks, and a Sachs shock with high- and low-speed compression damping adjustments. Higher performance versions include the RR and the WSK-ready RC.
The MV Agusta F3 800. If you are looking for the cutting edge of exclusive in mid-size supersport bikes, the MV Agusta F3 675 is an impressive motorcycle. The engine has four power maps, and once can be personalized to your preferences, and there are eight levels of traction control. Standard on the F3 is front suspension is by Marzocchi and a Sachs piggyback reservoir nitrogen shock is used, along with a Nissin radial master cylinder in the front and Brembo radial mounted calipers, plus ABS. For riders with a sense of history, an F3 800 Ago version is available. The MV Agusta Brutale 1090, displacing 1078cc, the MV Agusta Brutale 1090 puts out a street-rippling 144 horsepower at 10,300 rpm, and it includes an eight-level traction control system. Top speed is just short of 165 mph on this naked bike. Suspension is provided by 50mm USD Marzocchi forks and a Sachs shock. The fuel tank carries over six gallons, so you can take the Brutale 1090 on long rides between gas stops. Brembo radial-mounted brakes are used in the front, with a Nissan caliper in the rear. For the most demanding riders, MV Agusta offers two upgraded versions: the RR and the RR Corsa.
Slipping into the space in front of the MV Agusta 1090 Brutales, the new three-cylinder 800cc stakes out a midway point that features less weight than the big bike and more power than its little older 675cc brother. Suspension from Marzocchi (forks) and Sachs (shock) are matched with race-spec Brembo ABS brakes, along with a Mikuni throttle body, and ride-by-wire Eldor EM2.0 ECU. Three power modes allows the rider to select the proper power delivery. An high-spec RR version is available for 949,000 THB.
The MV Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster, light and low, featuring a seat height just over 810mm, the Brutale 800 Dragster is about beating people at the stop lights and timing lights. The Dragster has Electronically Assisted Shift so that you can run thought the six-speed transmission without the clutch. Brembo supplies the brakes, while Sachs takes care of the rear suspension and Marzocchi inverted forks are found in the front. Top speed is 153 mph, which is quite fast on an unfair sub-liter bike. The trellis frame is steel, and the swingarm is aluminum. For more performance, an RR version can be had for 1,290,000 THB.
MV Agusta’s Rivale 800 puts out 125 horsepower and in dry condition weighs under 181 kilograms. Supermoto styling is reflected in the tire hugging remote fender, handguards with integrated turn signals, and sump protection. Ready for the track, the Rivale 800 has electronically assisted shifting, eight levels of traction control, ABS with rear-wheel lift mitigation, and a cassette-style six-speed transmission. Brembo brakes are used front and back
MV Agusta continues to reinvent itself, and the legendary Italian brand has an adventure-touring bike - the Stradale 800. Using a retuned version of the Brutale motor—less horsepower, more torque - and more relaxed geometry, the Stradale is ready for the open road. With ride-by-wire, the rider can choose between four power modes, while the Bosch 9 Plus ABS includes Rear wheel Lift-up Mitigation (RLM), which shows that MV Agusta expects those sport touring on the Stradale to get on the gas, and brakes, with abandon.
The MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800 is tall, it has adventure-like engine protection, and a relatively tall fairing; the Turismo Veloce 800 is a different kind of upright sportbike from MV. Clearly, the focus is on sport, thanks to a powerful high-revving three-cylinder motor, electronic quick shifting, inverted Marzocchi forks, a Sachs shock, and radial Brembo front brakes. The Turismo Veloce 800 gets a full electronics package, including traction control (eight-level adjustable) and various power modes, as well as electronically assisted shifting.