MV Agusta and Alpine unveil retro limited motorcycleDecember 12, 2020
MV Agusta teamed up with Alpine to develop a retro version of the Superveloce sports bike.
As the agency PNZdrive informs, the novelty is painted in a combination of blue and silver shades, which are offered, in particular, for the Alpine A110 coupe. The fairings on the bike are adorned with the signature “A” letters that refer to the original A110 from the 1960s. Black faux suede with blue stitching was used for the upholstery of the motorcycle seat; on the front fender, you can pay attention to the French and Italian flags.
The retro bike has a digital tidy, cruise control, launch control, as well as GPS and Bluetooth. The standard motorcycle Racing Kit consists of an Arrow Exhaust triple exhaust, a retuned ECU, a milled fuel cap and more.
The MV Agusta Superveloce Alpine is equipped with a 798cc three-cylinder power unit with 145 hp. This engine allows the bike to accelerate to a maximum of 240 km / h. It is noted that the circulation of the novelty will be only 110 copies, each of which will cost 36,300 euros
In addition, some time ago, the official presentation of the Ducati motorcycle in the Lamborghini style took place. It should be emphasized that this bike draws inspiration from the Lamborghini Siàn FKP 37 supercar, which was presented in 2019.
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