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Top S version for the MV Agusta Superveloce

First entry: Thursday, April 8, 2021, 19:01

Edited by: Giannis Petrochilos

Her Superveloce MV Agusta is in itself one of the most impressive motorcycles they have A work of art Made in Italy!never designed. It is a work of art Made in Italy, with incomparable beauty and refined aesthetics which you can hardly find not only on motorcycles, but in all vehicles.

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For 2021, MV Agusta takes another step forward by presenting it version S for the exotic Superveloce. In the 3-cylinder engine 800 cc. we do not have many changes with the power remaining on 147 horses and pollutant specifications to pass them Euro5 restrictions.

Next to the Superveloce S are the simple versions in red and yellow for 2021

Many electronics upgrades which are Made In Italy

Where we have upgrades is in electronically with 3rd generation quickshifter EAS 3.0, new Even more sophisticated electronic and expensive materials in all parts of the motorcycleone-way clutch and advanced sensors. MV Agusta also developed its own system Six-axis IMU which controls the cornering system Continental ABS, the traction control system and the front wheel straightening prevention system.

Of course, there is a Launch Control system, while all the above functions are selected from a color one 5.5 inch TFT screen with smartphone connectivity. The MV Ride application is also available navigation system turn – turn, while the control is done by a smart joystick on the steering wheel. In the S version we also find a saddle from alcantara, Arrow exhaust and special coloring. What we do not know yet is the price of the motorcycle which is expected to be higher than the simple version of Superveloce.

The rear wheel and Arrow exhausts are a work of art!


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Last Updated: Thursday, 8 April 2021, 19:01



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