MV Agusta released special F3 800 in support of UnicefAugust 21, 2019
The proceeds from the special version of the bike in the amount of 100,000 euros went to the Unicef children’s charity fund.
In Porto Cervo, Sardinia, an auction was held last Friday at which, among other lots, a one-of-a-kind F3 800 was sold in bright livery with the logo of an international charity. It was acquired by one of the collectors. Also, many unique works of art were exhibited, the proceeds of which went to the fund to help children.
MV Agusta CEO Timur Sardarov said: “I am so happy that our special F3 800 for Unicef Italia has found such a generous customer.”
“All our motorcycles are handmade, and it requires an incredible amount of pride, excitement and experience. This F3 800 is unique, and everyone who worked on the motorcycle is proud of the fact that he served a great cause. I want to thank the organization for giving us the opportunity support children in need. “
Released in 2013, the F3 800 is powered by a 798 cc liquid-cooled engine. Its power is 148 hp. The model rivals such motorcycles as the Ducati 959 Panigale and the recently announced Triumph Daytona 765.
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