MV Agusta teaser image shows new Alpine motorcycle

MV Agusta has released a teaser image seeming to show an incoming motorcycle and collaboration with car maker Alpine

MV Agusta Alpine

A new model from MV Agusta is getting announced this week, and it looks like its going to be a collaboration with car maker Alpine.

The unveiling is taking place on December 10th at 4 pm, and all we know so far is that the bike in question is wearing the famous ‘A’ motive used by the French automotive firm.

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As it is, there is very little else we can say about the machine, aside from the fact it’s blue and grey. It's actually fairly tricky to figure out which part of the bike we are looking at! It looks to be part of the front fairing of a sports bike, possibly the inlet scoops of an F3 800 derived machine, or could the iconic F4 be making a comeback in this Alpine guise?

It’s not the first time MV Agusta has teamed up with an iconic manufacturer of the four-wheeled variety. Back in 2016, MV Agusta joined forces with legendary Italian coach-builder Zagato for the F4Z special edition. That bike was based on the F4 sports bike, although the changes to the exterior and styling completely changed the look of the bike.

There is also a theory that the Alpine could be an adventure bike, something that MV CEO Timur Sardarov has advised is incoming.

For any further news, we will have to wait until the 10th, when Visordown will be attending an exclusive online launch and sharing all the news with you as it happens.