2020 MV Agusta Superveloce 800 First Look

The MV Agusta Superveloce 800 concept was the machine that set the bar of how neo-classic motorcycles should look; A production machine is now confirmed. ​

Mv Agusta Superveloce 2020

At EICMA last year, the MV Agusta unveiled the strikingly beautiful Superveloce 800. The motorbike was an instant hit with the crowds, with its classic yet futuristic styling and design. 

For 2020 the Italian firm has announced a more affordable version of the limited edition Supervoleloce - which was so exclusive MV wouldn’t allow people to sit on it… you could look, but couldn’t touch.  

The production machine is based on the F800 and will come in two different variants. The first model is the standard and the second is the Seri Oro. The latter gets tricked out wire-spoked wheels, carbon-fibre body panels [to reduce the weight], red and silver paint schemes, leather tank strap, and the unique fuel cap carried over from the concept bike.

Both bikes share the same dreamy inline three-cylinder engine, which is pushing a ridiculous 145hp and 65 lb-ft of torque. To reign in all the raging Italian ponies, the Supervolce is fitted with a MVICS 2.0 electronics package. However, it will lack full IMU support that’s normally found on MV’s four-cylinder bikes, technophiles will not be happy. It still comes with traction control, engine braking, and an up/down quick shifter option though. 

Marzocchi forks and a Sachs rear shock complete the suspension package, while braking is handled by two M4.34 calipers at the front latching onto 320mm discs.  

The Superveloce 800 features also include an Alcantara leather saddle, spoked rims, cruise control, and D.I.D gold chain. 

It will be available in two colour options; white, and red with traditional plastic fairings. 

The price for this MV is around 20,000 euros (approximately $22,300 U.S.).

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