2013/11/4


The three cylinder 798 c.c. engine delivers 125 HP/ 11.600 R.P.M. AND 8.6 ╩GM (62.2 FT LBS) / 8.600 R.P.M. The wheelbase is 1420 mm (55.9 in), the seat height is 870mm (34,25 in), although the dry weight is 207 kg (456.4 lbs) at the Lusso version and 194 kg (427.7 lbs) at the base model. 



A 43 mm semi active telescopic fork is equipped at the front providing a suspension travel of 160 mm (6.3 in). A single sided aluminum swing arm and a semi-active shock absorber providing a suspension travel of 160 mm (6.3 in) is featured at the rear. 



Twin 320 mm rotors are featured at the front together with radial four piston Brembo calipers. The dimensions of the wheels are 120/70-17 at the front and 190/55-17 at the rear.
 

A full MVICS (Motor and Vehicle Integrated System) is installed, incorporating a RbW, traction control, anti-wheelie control, and electronically assisted shifting, four engine mappings. The ABS is also standard. 
The Lusso version is equipped with semi-active Sachs suspensions, centre stand and 60 L panniers, each one adequate for a full face helmet. The base model is equipped with fully adjustable Marzocchi fork and a Sachs shock. 
 



2013/11/1


MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800. The teaser video

The upcoming bike will be powered by the 800 c.c. triple cylinder engine which will deliver about 125 bhp. It is the first faired bike in the recent history of MV Agusta that it not entirely sport committed. The bike will be unveiled at the Eicma motor show in a  few days time. 
 





2013/10/18

The 2014 MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800 will be revealed at the Eicma motor show

The name of the bike suggests a fast touring motorcycle. Probably the bike will feature the three cylinder engine layout powering the Brutale, F3 and Rivale 800. In the case of this sport-touring MV Agusta the power should be then in the region of 130 bhp. More news on Novemer 4th, or sooner! 



The photo further below illustrates the 2011 concept MV Agusta Tricruiser, designed by the students of Istituto Europeo di Design of Turin (IED).