MV Agusta Australia will release its new Superveloce 800 “neo-retro” in two colour variants, with pricing set at $33,690 rideaway.
The 2020 model debuts a Metallic Carbon Black/Dark Metallic Matt Grey colour scheme, contrasted with gold wheels and frame elements.
It will also be available in MV Agusta’s iconic red and silver, which harks back to its historic grand prix racing machines.
Notably, MV Agusta will offer spoked wheels from its Special Parts catalogue, as well as carbon-fibre components, a rear seat cover and performance exhaust, among other things.
Powering the Superveloce 800 is a 798cc three-cylinder engine, delivering 108kW (148hp) and 88Nm.
The bike is highly equipped from standard, with large Brembo brakes, fully adjustable Marzocchi forks and Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa II tyres.
Tech comforts include a 5.0-inch TFT display, cruise control, Bluetooth, GPS, smartphone mirroring, rider modes and eight-level traction control.
With a dry weight of 173 kilograms, MV Agusta says the Superveloce 800 will hit a top speed of 240km/h, while fuel consumption is rated at 6.4-litres per 100 kilometres. The seat height is set at 830mm, and the fuel tank holds 16.5 litres.
The MV Agusta Superveloce 800 comes with a three-year, unlimited kilometre warranty, as well as 24/7 roadside assistance.
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