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The MV Agusta F4 R was designed from the ground up to deliver sporty performances. The key feature of the F4 R is the new “Corsa Corta” engine which is also offered for the F4 RR super bike. The engine delivers a maximum output of 195.2 hp at 13000 rpm and features a series of upgrades which improve its power delivery and the overall performance. For the starters the cylinder head uses completely new ports and employs larger valves both on the inlet and exhaust, while the valves are made of titanium. The bike also uses a new 4-2-1-4 primary section for the exhaust system which helps the engine breathe easier.

The engine is mounted on a steel tubular trellis frame with the steering head angled at 23.5°, to offer perfect control, maneuverability, and stability. The frame is combined with a lightweight rear single-sided swingarm that weighs only 5 kg.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2012 MV Agusta F4 R Corsa Corta.

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MV Agusta has taken the wraps off its all-new Brutale 800 and made public the first details. The new motorcycle is based on the Brutale 675 model, but features a stronger engine and some key modifications for improved performance.

The bike’s 12 valve three cylinder 798cc Inline Triple unit is based on the same engine that powers the F3 super sport. Compared to the 675 Brutale, the 800’s engine features a higher compression ratio at 13.3:1. The engine develops a maximum power of 125 hp at 11.600 rpm and 60 lb-ft torque at 8600 rpm. As far as electronics goes, the new Brutale 800 comes with a switchable engine mapping and eight-way switchable traction control.

The bike’s forks and shock are adjustable for rebound, compression and preload, while the stopping power is assured by Brembo radial brakes.

Another interesting fact is that the 800 and 675 share the same dry weight of 368 pounds (167 kg) with identical fuel loads at 4.39 gallons.

The bike is priced at 9900 Euros which is only 1000 Euro more than the entry-level Brutale 675 and 3000 Euro less than the stronger 1090 Brutale.

The new bike will go head to head with the likes of Triumph 675 Speed Triple, Kawasaki Z800 and Ducati 800 Monster.


Hit the jump for more information on the MV Agusta Brutale 800

A 200-horsepower bike is no joke and the fact that it’s a limited edition model that only carries 100 units only adds to its prestige. The MV Augusta F4CC is that kind of bike.

Based on the F4, the F4CC was built in 2007 as a limited edition model in honor of the company’s founder, Claudio Castiglioni. The bike came with a ridiculous 1,078 cc engine that produced a staggering 200 horsepower. In order to achieve the increased displacement, MV Augusta increased the bike’s bore and stroke while also adding lighter pistons, stronger connecting rods, a one-of-a-kind slipper clutch, plenty of exotic materials, and a full-titanium exhaust system, resulting in a bike that weighs 8.8 lbs less than a standard F4R model.

This particular model was in superb condition and only had 2,030 km of mileage. It’s no wonder that for a bike that cost €100,000 ($125,000) brand new, it was scooped up at a recent auction for €49,725, which is about $62,700 based on current exchange rates.


Since MV Agusta is synonymous with excellence, style, and technology, the new F3 will apply these principles to the middle weight super sport category.

The new F3 has exceeded previous expectations of what a supersport motorcycle should be, so much so that it’s redefining an entirely new category. Its light weight frame, unmatched power, and state-of-the-art electronics all work together on this bike to push the concept of supersport to the extreme and provide a powerful, hyper-light, and more compact motorcycle than any other in existence.

This bike is a true MV Agusta that boasts an ultra-advance chassis, vehicle dynamics control, and the new MVICS (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System).

When judged and compared to the rest of its competitors, the F3 is setting the new standard by which all other supersport motorcycles will be measured against. True to its looks and capabilities, this sports bike is truly in a class of its own.

Find out more about the MV Augusta F3 675 after the jump.

Yesterday, MV Agusta announced the Brutale 990R Italy 150 Special Edition , and today the company has launched the first teaser video for the 2012 F4 RR Corsacorta super bike. The new bike will make its world debut at the EICMA show in Milan in November 2011.

Compared to the standard F4 model, the new RR version will add an extra 18 HP and will be equipped with Brembo brakes, an Ohlins TTX, and carbon fiber components. The video also reveals a new paint scheme and various sport components making the RR model even more sportier than its previous version. The bike in the video features a new matte white exterior paint, but we expect more options to be offered when the bike goes on sale at the beginning of 2012. Expect prices to be in the $30K area.

UPDATE 05/11/2011: MV Agusta has revealed the official details on the 2012 F4 RR - "the most advanced and powerful superbike in the world." The new bike will be put on sale at a starting price of 22,900 euro, or about $32,900 at the current exchange rates. The F4 RR is powered by a short-stroke radial valve engine that delivers 201 HP at 13,400 rpm and will be offered with even more exotic materials and reduced weight. For 2012, the model will also get two new color schemes: pastel red/white and matte pearl white.

Hit the jump for the press release.

Italian motorcycle company,MV Agusta , is celebrating Italy’s 150th anniversary with the unveiling of a special edition Brutale 990R. The new model will be limited to only 150 units, one for every year of the country’s history. The company has said that the bike is the perfect union of technology and style.

MV Agusta’s latest special edition will be distinguished by exclusive livery highlighted by the dashboard cover which matches the color of the bodywork. The tail end has been turned into a single seater just for this version of the bike and the spoiler sports the Italian flag with the number 150. There is also an inscribed plate on the upper steering brace.

The 150 units of the MV Agusta Brutale 990R Italy Special Edition will be offered in three color schemes: white, red, and black. So if you are from Italy, this is the perfect occasion to buy an MV Agusta bike.

MV Agusta has released a special edition F4 in order to celebrate the end of a beautiful and very successful model. Called F4 1078 RR 312 Edizione Finale, this special edition will be limited to only 30 units, each of them marked by their custom quilted leather saddle and special identification plaque.

This special edition is built on the 1078 RR 312 version and comes equipped with a 1078cc engine that delivers an impressive 190 HP and 91.4lb/ft of torque. The motorcycle comes equipped with Brembo Monoblock radial calipers; after all you’ll be needing them as the bike can hit an impressive top speed of 194 mph.

Just as a reminder, back in 2010 MV Agusta revealed another special edition F4. This time is was called "Frecce Tricolori" and was limited to only 11 units.

Its true the bike in incredible beautiful, but it has one big problem: it comes in limited numbers!

Mv Agusta has added a new model to their line-up with the introduction of the newBrutale 920. For 2011, the new Brutale 920 gets a suspension that is now softer and more comfortable, anodized handlebars with pivoting clamps, unique wheels and two available color schemes: black and white.

The new bike is powered by a new 921cc 4 cylinder engine that now gets a new bore and stroke ratio. The new four cylinder MV Agusta matches 129 horsepower with a broad torque curve, incredible levels of power have never been this easy to control. The crankshaft of the Brutale is shared with the 55mm stroke unit in the 1090RR as well as the second order engine balance shaft, the optimized oiling system, and the oil cooled generator.

The new Brutale 920 is currently on sale at a price of $15,764.

Full details in the press release after the jump.

The F3 superbike is the latest addition to MV Agusta line-up. If the F4, considered the most beautiful motorcycle in the world, set the styling and performance standards by which all others are judged, the new F3 has completely exceeded all previous conceptions of what a supersport motorcycle should be, redefining an entirely new category.

The MV Agust F3 is powered by a an inline 675cc three cylinder, described by MV Agusta as the most compact, incredible short and narrow engine ever seen in this category. For the first time on an MV and on any middleweight bike, there is Ride By Wire, with multi-maps controlling the fuel injection to optimize power output in all conditions.

The styling, as with its bigger brother the F4, is pure MV Agusta genius, but the F3 is even more unique, with incredible attention to detail. For example, the exhaust system has a fabulously distinctive triple pipe, side exit muffler – just one example of design and function in perfect motorcycle harmony.

Press release after the jump.


Admiration, astonishment, magic. These are the feelings that the exhibitions of the Italian Aerobatic Team arise, since its foundation. A cohesive group of air force pilots capable of proudly taking the Italian colors worldwide, during its long history, in conjunction with the highest level of professionalism, performance and elegance.

These results are the consequence of a methodical and ongoing commitment to the relentless pursuit of perfection. Values that also MV Agusta embodies in its history, in the brand and in its men. Guiding principles it shares with the legendary "Frecce Tricolori", a common awareness of being an icon of “Italian Style”, synonymous with technical excellence and unparalleled style.

To seal the common objectives, on the 50th anniversary of the National Aerobatic Team, MV Agusta dresses the most powerful and prestigious of its creations, the new F4, in the colours of the sky and of the Italian flag, producing 11 unique motorcycles in "Frecce Tricolori" livery.


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