For inspiration, the company looked to its rich racing past, yet the Superveloce 75th anniversary is loaded with innovative technology hidden behind its retro-glamorous exterior.
MV Agusta is set for a fresh beginning in the year of its 75th anniversary and celebrates its tradition of innovative technology, enthusiastic artistry, and timeless beauty with the introduction of its celebratory Superveloce 75 Anniversario limited edition.
A rare chance for MV Agusta enthusiasts and collectors to own a piece of motorcycling history, but only for a brief period. There will only be 75 Superveloce 75 Anniversario units made, and they will go on sale online on November 15th, 2020, at precisely 12:01 a.m. CET for 75 hours only! A payment of one hundred euros will be required to reserve a priority manufacturing slot, either online or via the MV Agusta dealer network.
Superveloce 75 Anniversario shares the F3 800 derived inline three-cylinder engine of the Superveloce 800, producing 147hp at 13.000 rpm for peak speeds of over 240 km/h, and comes with numerous additional features and distinctive elements that make it even more valuable and a genuine collector’s item.
The black and gold Inmotion spoke rims and the red Alcantara rider and passenger seats contribute to the emotional depth of this superb bike, with the Italian flag color scheme and the unique graphics.
2021 Superveloce 75th Anniversary Edition MV Agusta Sports Motorcycle – Features
75 Hours to Purchase Your Bit Of Motorcycling History
MV Agusta is releasing the 75th anniversary, 75-units limited edition of their Superveloce 800 to commemorate its heritage of innovative engineering and timeless beauty. Reservations may only be made online for 75 hours at a time.
A €100 payment is required to reserve your preferred production slot when booking online or via the official MV Agusta Dealers’ network. The “Anniversario” special kit is included. Depending on where you are comparing prices, they may be different.
A 3-year warranty is offered on the whole MV Agusta line with excellent service assistance for its customers.
Only a few hours after being on sale online, the Superveloce 75 Anniversario is now sold out. One of the most legendary MV Agusta motorcycles ever had an extraordinary level of success. Contact your local MV Agusta dealer to learn more about this and other models.
Design. Blast from the past
Superveloce strikes the proper harmony between the brand’s racing heritage and its contemporary shapes. Since this is the 75th-anniversary edition, several special, unique touches make it even more valuable and a collector’s item.
Feel the power of sound
The in-line three-cylinder engine is a direct descendant of the F3 800’s powerplant. It is tiny, yet it packs a powerful punch. It has 148 HP at 13000 RPM, which is enough to make every ride memorable, whether on the street or the track.
Design and Outfitting
A new range of unique antique motorcycles from San Marino’s CRC Style Centre breaks new ground in a sector where the same aesthetics have been seen again for many years. The CRCMV Agusta designers were immersed in immersive virtual styling from the very beginning of the process.
They are using innovative hardware like virtual reality headsets and innovative real-time rendering technologies, as well as creating fresh and unique experiences that pique the interest of viewers. To protect the rider, the fairing’s streamlined designs must not stray from its primary function, which is to shield the rider. Precision in the design ensures that all screws and points for attaching goods to the frame are hidden from view.
The sculptural and vividly evocative character of the extended top fairing, the long and virtually concealed tail fairing, and the massive side panels are evident.
Many little elements honor and commemorate the company’s thirty-seven global championships. As a result, each sight seems to be a bridge to the present, interpreted with a distinct boldness and awareness.
For the Superveloce 800, lightweight and durable thermoplastic materials were used to construct the superstructures, then calibrated to lower the vehicle’s total weight. The painting has been meticulously applied, with multiple coats of color and a final clear coat.
Poly-ellipsoidal, full-LED, twin-function front lights are the centerpiece of the cluster. The bracket for the instruments has a daytime running light incorporated into the design. The Superveloce 800’s rear circular light cluster was similarly built with LEDs.
Brutale 1000 Series Oro-derived instrumentation has a tiny 5″ TFT color screen with specialized graphic solutions. On the left control, there is a multi-functional joystick that may be used to enter the menu. Thanks to a Bluetooth smartphone connection, the instrumentation can manage a wide range of operations, including incoming calls, texts, and music. Advanced navigation features of the MV Ride App may be accessed through mirroring. Innovative features are also available via the app.
Any audiovisual information may be added or shared with friends or other app users to enrich the statistics on bike usage and routes. The MV Ride App is not only for socializing; it can also be used to change electrical settings like maps, traction control, and quick electronic shift.
Engine and electronics
Superveloce 800’s three-cylinder in-line engine continues to represent excellence in motors of this kind owing to its benchmark performance, exceptional thermodynamic efficiency, low weight, and overall compactness. As far as unique characteristics go, the counter-rotating crankshaft, which has grown increasingly common over the years, is the most notable.
There are twelve titanium intake and exhaust valves controlled by a dual overhead camshaft. There are 798 cubic centimeters of displacement, with the same power and torque figures as the F3 800 (148 hp at 13,000 and 8.97 kgm at 10,600 RPM) thanks to the distinctive bore and stroke measurements (7954.3mm). The Superveloce 800 achieves 153 horsepower at the wheel in the (optional) dual exhaust version with two exhaust pipes on each side.
A speed of 13,250 revolutions per minute is used. All three-cylinder MVs are easily recognized due to the conventional layout of three overlapping exhaust pipes on the right side.
A full remap of the engine has been done for the Superveloce 800 to make it more flexible and sensitive to the throttle.
As part of its electronic upgrade, the Superveloce 800 adds the MV EAS 2.1 Up&Down automatic transmission and the Traction Control system, which has eight adjustment levels and can be deactivated. The Superveloce 800 also includes the four-engine settings (Sport, Race, Rain, and one that can be highly customized, Custom)
Suspension, Chassis, and Brakes
The MV Agusta Superveloce 800 is based on the F3 800, with most of its proportions being duplicated. The front and rear subframes are unique to this model, but the side plates and center lattice are shared with the sports F3. To make it more user-friendly and less restrictive than the F3 800, a motorcycle developed for track usage, the riding posture has been tweaked.
The fork and shock absorber adjustment options have been increased, allowing for spring preload and hydraulic compression, and rebound to be controlled.
The shock absorber comes from Sachs, while the fork comes from Marzocchi and has 43 mm stanchion tubes. As with the F3, the F4’s rear suspension has an improved link intended to provide better ride quality when the wheel starts to move. The Superveloce 800’s shock absorber is similarly model-specific, having been hand-picked for it.
With a front caliper with two pistons and a 220 mm-diameter disc acting as the brake track, the Brembo braking system combines high performance with a distinctive racing aesthetic. The system uses a pair of calipers with four 34 mm pistons apiece. Bosch’s ABS 9 Plus Race Mode system includes RLM (Rear wheel Lift-Up Mitigation), which prevents the rear wheel from lifting off the track when braking.
Aftermarket attachments include the previously mentioned open three-way exhaust, which may be paired with a specialized control unit; the carbon-fiber rear mudguard; and the tail fairing, which can change single-seat saddles. The beautiful Aluminum alloy spoked wheels deserve special mention.
2021 Superveloce 75th Anniversary Edition MV Agusta Sports Motorcycle – Technical Specifications
|Type||Three cylinders, 12-valve, four strokes|
|Timing system||“D.O.H.C” including mechanical chain tensioner|
|Total displacement||798cm3 (48.7 cubic inches)|
|Bore x stroke||79mm x 54.3mm (3.1-inch x 2.1-inch)|
|Max. power – RPM (at the crankshaft)||108 kW (148 hp) at 13.000 r.p.m.
112.5 kW (153 hp) at 13.250 r.p.m.
|Max. torque – r.p.m.||88Nm (8.97kgm) at 10,600 RPM|
|Cooling system||Cooling including separated liquid & oil radiators|
|Electronic quick shift||MV EAS 2.1 (Electronically Assisted Shift Up and Down)|
|Clutch||Wet, multi-disc slipper clutch|
|Transmission||Cassette style; 6-speed, constant mesh|
|Final drive ratio||17/43|
|Alternator||350 W at 5000 r.p.m.|
|Battery||12 V – 8.6 Ah|
Dimensions and Weight
|Wheelbase||1380 mm (54.33 in.)|
|Overall length||2030 mm (79.92 in.)|
|Overall width||730 mm (28.74 in.)|
|Saddle height||830 mm (32.68 in.)|
|Min. ground clearance||120 mm (4.72 in.)|
|Trail||99 mm (3.89 in.)|
|Dry weight||173 kg (381.4 lbs.) – 165 kg (363.76 lbs)|
|Fuel tank capacity||16.5 l (4.36 U.S. gal.)|
|Maximum speed||240.0 km/h (149.1 mph)|
|Type||ALS Steel tubular trellis|
|Rear swing arm pivot plates material||Aluminum alloy|
|Type||Marzocchi “UPSIDE DOWN” telescopic hydraulic fork including rebound-compression
damping and spring preload external & separate adjustment
|Fork diameter||43mm (1.69 inches)|
|Fork travel||125mm (4.92 inches)|
|Type||Progressive Sachs, solo shock absorber including rebound and compression
damping and spring preload adjustment
|Single-sided swing arm material||Aluminum alloy|
|Wheel travel||123 mm (4.84 in.)|
|Front brake||Double floating disc including 320mm (12.6 inches) diameter, with steel braking disc and flange|
|Front brake caliper||Brembo radial-type monobloc, with four pistons 34mm (1.34 inches)|
|Rear brake||Single steel disc with 220mm (8.66 inches) diameter|
|Rear brake caliper||Brembo including two pistons – 34mm (1.34 inches)|
|ABS||Bosch 9 Plus with Race Mode and RLM (Rear wheel Lift-up Mitigation)|
|Front: Material/size||With aluminum alloy spokes 3.50 ” x 17 ”|
|Rear: Material/size||With Aluminum alloy spokes 5.50 ” x 17 ”|
|Front||120/70 – ZR17M/C (58W) Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa II|
|Rear||180/55 – ZR17M/C (73W) Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa II|
|Environmental Standard||Euro 4|
|Combined fuel consumption||6.4 l/100 km|
|CO2 Emissions||157 g/km|