News MV Agusta launches new MV Agusta Corse

MV Agusta launches new MV Agusta Corse

Continuing the Italian motorsport motorcycle racing tradition, which has made its mark in international motorcycling history, MV Agusta is launching the new "MV Agusta Corse".  Now that this department, which is dedicated to developing special parts (different materials and designs) for MV Agusta motorcycles, has been completely purchased and incorporated into the parent company, it can continue its work, full throttle.

The products designed and produced for the current F4 and Brutale models, will be characterized by two distinct development and application philosophies:

>>Those labeled "MV Corse" will be dedicated to an esthetic and functional customization for road and sports use.
>>Those labeled "MVR" will be targeted at a more demanding clientele, for competition use.

The range of products offered has been increased considerably with respect to previous years, and the quality standard, which has always characterized the company, has been maintained, while keeping prices in line with the market.

From parts dedicated to performance, such as exhausts, brake disks and clutch bells, to details made in carbon, aluminum or titanium linked to the esthetics or to the rolling chassis, to accessories, such as helmets and bags, the range is complete, and will satisfy the demands of all of our clients.

It will be possible to see the products on the website www.mvagusta.it (where there will be pictures and brief technical indications), and to order them from the dealer network. "MV Agusta Corse" is developing new products to be added every month to those already available.


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