The Verona Motor Bike Expo is scheduled to take place in a few days from now, and MV Agusta has something special lined up — the Dragster Special Edition.
MV Agusta has put up a teaser image on the Facebook page, and tagged Tecnoart Sersan and Valter Moto, who previously worked with MV Agusta on the Brutale 800 Lewis Hamilton edition.
The exhaust will be made by SC Project, another Italian brand and the motorcycle will be a limited edition and we can expect Agusta to charge a premium.
The standard variant of the MV Agusta Dragster is powered by a 798cc, in-line three-cylinder engine that makes 123bhp and 81Nm of peak torque, paired to a 6-speed gearbox.
The special edition Dragster could retain the same engine, but could have better performance owing to a reworked exhaust and lighter components.
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