MV Agusta Announces New Color Scheme for the Superveloce

MV Agusta Announces New Color Scheme for the Superveloce

MV Agusta, the Italian motorbike company famous for the most beautiful sports bikes on Earth, has come up with two new color scheme for the Superveloce. The good news came after the meeting with MV Agusta fans who now, in addition to the company’s previous classic red and white scheme, will enjoy two other color schemes.

MV Agusta Announces New Color Scheme for the Superveloce

The first color scheme introduced is a blast from the past, the classic Ago Red and Ago Silver. It reminds of the company’s very first racing motorbikes that were hailed at the Grand Prix racings for many years. The wheels and body will have a gold finish. The idea of gold wheels has been derived from the native Italian racing bikes that, in Agusta’s claim, give the biker a splendid feel and uplift the bike production-level from an average racing bike.

The second color scheme introduced is Metallic Carbon Black and Dark Metallic Matt Grey with the same gold work on wheels and frames. This scheme is being said an alternative for Agusta’s Corporate colors in the ‘70s because it gives the rider the same decent and poised feel as its predecessors.

Adrian Morton, Design Director at MV Agusta’s Research Center CRC, confirming the news said that after the presentation of the Superveloce 800. The company asked for opinions from both the customers as well as dealers and then decided to introduce these two color schemes with gold finish adding style and alignment that befitted their brand values.

The recently introduced Superveloce runs a straight-three machine, with a horsepower of 145 and a torque of 65 lb-ft. It comes with the MVICS 2.0 pack however the usually provided Full IMU support is absent this time. But it still comes with traction control and Jake braking though.

The Superveloce comes with an Alcantara leather seat, radial rims, and D.I.D gold chain. The new color schemes for the Superveloce follow the present red and white scheme.

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