MV Agusta has revealed its Enduro Veloce, an all-new premium adventure bike model dressed head-to-toe in high-end components.

While not yet officially confirmed, INFO MOTO expects the new MV Agusta Enduro Veloce to launch in late 2024 or early 2025, under its new distributor in KTM Group.

Motivating the Enduro Veloce is a new 931cc triple-cylinder engine which generates a healthy 91kW and 102Nm. The Italian marque makes a note of the engine’s light weight, tipping the scales at just 57 kilograms.

“With a gyroscopic effect that essentially cancels out that of the front wheel, the counter-rotating crankshaft allows for particularly rapid changes in direction,” explains MV Agusta in a press release.

In the right environment, this new motor should propel the Enduro Veloce from zero-to-100kmh in 3.72 seconds before reaching its top speed of 240km/h.

Notably, the entire motorcycle is rated at 224 kilograms without its fluids, putting it on the heftier end of the segment. The bike’s fuel tank provides 20 litres of capacity, or roughly 15 kilograms if filled with petrol.

In the cockpit sits a 7.0-inch TFT screen with Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity options. This gives access to the bike’s advanced rider aid suite that is bolstered by a six-axis IMU.

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Four rider modes are available, Urban, Touring, Off-Road and Custom All-Terrain, which can tailor eight levels of traction control intervention and two levels of engine brake intervention, among many other parameters. Interestingly, there are ECU settings to adapt the engine response for either road- or off-road tyres.

Other important tech features fitted as standard include cruise control, launch control, and an up/down quickshifter and USB-C charging.

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The Enduro Veloce is fitted with high-end Brembo Stylema brakes, with 320mm floating discs at the front end a single 265 rotor at the rear. This braking package is supported by cornering ABS technology.

Suspension is managed by Sachs forks giving 210mm of travel, and adjustable for compression damping, spring preload and rebound. The rear sees a single Sachs monoshock offering the same amount of travel.

Importantly, the bike is fitted with wire-spoked wheels measuring 21-inches at the front end and 18-inches at the rear. These wheels are wrapped in tubeless tyres as standard.

In 2023 it was revealed that KTM Group would assume distribution of MV Agusta in Australia and New Zealand after nearly a decade in the custody of independent distributor Urban Moto Imports.

The premium MV Agusta brand currently offers seven models, including the Brutale 1000, Brutale 800, Dragster and Rush naked bikes, the fully faired F3 and Superveloce sportsbikes, as well as the Turismo Veloce adventure bike range.

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