Italians are known for the unique designs and intricate detail work. They are known for the exquisite cars and motorcycles that they create. There are several Italian manufacturers that have preserved their rich automobile history.
MV Agusta is one of the popular motorcycle brands from Italy. They are known for producing ‘Art On Wheels'. The Italian manufacturer recently launched its Dragster RR globally. They also offer their customers Brutale, F3, F4 and Rivale motorcycles.
In 2015, the manufacturer will be introducing a brand new F4 super bike. They will be naming it MV Agusta F4 SBK and it is expected to be offered in two versions. The Italian manufacturer will provide a race and customer option motorcycle.
The 2015 F4 super bike will weigh only 175 kilograms, making it one of the lightest superbikes. This will be achieved with the use of a magnesium components, lighter crankshaft, carbon fibre fairing, forged wheels and much more.
MV Agusta claim their motorcycle will be capable of producing 210 horsepower. The new F4 SBK produces more horsepower than its predecessor and is even lighter. Its closest rival is a German motorcycle from BMW, the S1000RR, which is heavier and produces less power.
The Italian manufacturer will be unveiling its 2015 MV Agusta F4 SBK at the EICMA motor show. Everyone will get their first look at the superbike on 4th of November, 2014. We believe this motorcycle will produced in limited numbers to preserve its exclusive status.
The Italian company came into existence on 12th February, 1945. Back then, it was named Meccanica Verghera Agusta, however, it soon became MV Agusta. The motorcycle manufacturing company was founded by Giovanni Agusta, and is currently headed by Giovanni Castiglioni.