Zagato, an Italian automotive design company, has re-imagined the MV Agusta's F4, called the F4Z.
The F4Z has been designed and engineered by Zagato using aluminium and carbon fibre in the motorcycle's bodywork, and powering it, will be the standard four-cylinder, 998cc engine from the MV Agusta F4.
Zagato claims that the motorcycle is made of large panels, which separates the one-off vehicles from mass produced vehicles.
When compared to the standard MV Agusta F4, the F4Z features entirely different bodywork. Some of the parts were totally re-engineered while the intake manifolds, fuel tank, battery, and exhaust system is completely new.
To create the motorcycle, Zagato's team of designers studied the lifestyle and expectations the Japanese client who is into fashion and publishing industries.
When compared to MV Agusta's style, the F4Z features a rather different design language, witnessing Zagato's foray into the one-off's, built on request, uniqueness and investment.