Special bike released for Alpine A110December 11, 2020
Italian superbike maker MV Agusta has teamed up with Renault’s sports division Alpine to create a limited edition version of its retro Superveloce motorcycle, dubbed the Superveloce Alpine.
In tribute to the Alpine A110, only 110 MV Agusta Superveloce Alpines will be produced, and the model can only be ordered from MV Agusta dealers, not Alpine. The special blue paint job matches the legendary shade used on the old and new A110. The A logos on the motorcycle fairings resemble the badge used on the original A110 road car from the sixties. Seat upholstered in black Alcantara with blue stitching.
Other details include Alpine branded accessories and belts, as well as French and Italian flags on the sides of the front fender. In addition, the Superveloce Alpine is equipped with a five-inch TFT color display, cruise and launch control, Bluetooth, GPS and the optional Superveloce racing kit in the initial version. The latter is an exhaust system with three tailpipes, a special engine control circuit, an individual bike cover and a cover for the rear seat.
The Superveloce Alpine is powered by an 800cc inline three-cylinder engine. cm, developing 145 hp. power at 13,000 rpm. The maximum speed is 240 km / h.
Prices for the UK market have not been announced, but in Italy the MV Superveloce will go on sale for € 36,300.
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