MV Agusta Superveloce Alpine sells out just hours after launch

The limited edition MV Agusta Superveloce Alpine sold out just hours after its wraps were officially pulled off!

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IF there is one brand that does super-limited edition bikes better than any other, it’s Mv Agusta. The Varese-based manufacturer has a knack of building small volume bikes that tick all the right boxes to the bike riding elite.

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And their latest creation, the Superveloce Alpine, might just be one of its most successful machines yet, lasting just a few short hours from launch before all of the 110 units were sold.

The bike is a collaboration between MV and boutique French sports car maker Alpine and is touted as a celebration of both brand’s passion for design, engineering, and racing.

The Alpine edition of the retro Superveloce follows hot on the heels of the 75 Anniversario edition of the same bike, with that model shifting all 75 units over a 75-hour timeframe.

Each of the 110 bikes will feature a numbered plaque on the top yoke, along with bespoke Alpine branding on the seat and fuel tank strap. The bikes will come in one paint scheme only, the classy blue/grey metallic colour, finished with ‘A’ badging that synonymous with so many Alpine race and rally cars from years gone by.

Performance-wise, the engine in the Alpine is the same as that of the current crop of Euro5 800cc machines, meaning 147bhp, a 13,000rpm redline, and top-speed of around 150mph. But don’t think that has stopped MV and Alpine from trying to make the bike faster. It’s dripping in carbon fibre loveliness, with many of the parts fitted being specially made for this machine only.

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