2021 MV Agusta Superveloce range revealed with new S model

MV Agusta has pulled the wraps off its 2021 Euro5 range of Superveloce motorcycles

2021 MV Agusta Superveloce range revealed with new S model

MV AGUSTA has just pulled the covers off its 2021 Superveloce range of bikes, and there is more happening here than just a Euro5 update!

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To start with, MV has added chucked new colour schemes at the retro sports bike, Pearl Metallic Yellow, and the instantly recognisable Ago two-tone red and gold.

Beneath the skin, the 798cc F3 800 derived inline three-cylinder still produces the same 147bhp as before, but that doesn’t mean things haven’t changed within. The internals now feature DLC valve guides, and the valves themselves are now titanium. Rounding out the engine updates is the stunning triple-stacked exhaust, crowning the right hand side of the bike.

The chassis of the Superveloce has also been honed, with new frame plates added to the frame. The move should help to reduce chassis flex while cornering on the limit on road and track. Within the bike there is also a new IMU monitoring the ABS, lean-sensitive traction control, lift control and launch control. The 2021 bike also includes the latest version of MV’s quickshifter system for smoother more precise up and downshifts.

MV Agusta Superveloce S announced

Joining the base model Superveloce for 2021 is a new model in the form of the Superveloce S. It is instantly recognisable in its striking white colour with gold decals flanking the fairing. The bike also boasts the uber-sexy triple spoked wheels – similar to those found on the new Dragster RR – and a nice-looking Alcantara seat unit.

Pricing is as yet TBC, we’ve asked MV to confirm this for both models.