MV Agusta: Sales Increased by 50%!
MV Agusta Sales
Throughout its reign as the world’s most coveted superbike, the MV Agusta has drawn innumerable accolades for being one of the most beautiful and artfully well-designed motorcycles ever conceived.
For 2010, MV Agusta proudly introduced the all-new F4, echoing the same fantastic, aggressive design ethos with a detailed reengineering down to the smallest detail, resulting in a new F4 that improves upon perfection.
MV Agusta had also introduced the new Brutale 990R and 1090RR for 2010. Conceived at MV Agusta’s CRC design center, the highly anticipated launch of the brand new Brutale models signified a new renaissance for the distinguished Italian brand.
For a small company, these launches are a significant labor of love achieved only through lots of effort. And the results-to-date, for the Italian motorcycle manufacturer currently owned by Harley-Davidson, have been very positive.
In the first three months of the year, despite the unfavorable weather conditions and the general market recession, MV Agusta sales have increased by more than 50% compared to the same period of last year. This is big news for the Italian superbike company but only a drop in the bucket for H-D.
MV Agusta is hoping this is an opening season that leads to unprecedented motorcycle sales, as Harley-Davidson has put the company for sale. The folks at MV Agusta, it appears, are working hard to continue the company’s rich history of winning.