MV Agusta F3 on NGC’s Megafactories

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MV Agusta F3 675 Featured on the National Geographic Channel

The MV Agusta F3 675 is the new leader of the 600 Supersport category with engine and chassis technology that rivals even the most exclusive 1000 Superbikes.

The National Geographic Channel will unveil all of the secrets of this revolutionary motorcycle in an episode of “Megafactories,” a documentary completely dedicated to the prestigious manufacturer in Varese. The episode will reveal the intricate internal workings of the manufacturer that is known as the most prestigious in the history of the motorcycle.

The National Geographic Channel has captured detailed footage of the contributing factors that have defined the success of MV Agusta: advanced technology, unmistakable design, skilled workforce and extreme attention to detail and quality in every phase of the production process. These factors helped contribute to the creation of an groundbreaking product whose excellence is recognized world-wide and is proudly “Made in Italy.”

The secrets of the MV Agusta F3 675, which is assembled with passion, skill and precision, will be revealed in incredible detail with images that have been captured on high definition cameras and with the use of computer aided graphics.

The most minute detail of the design, development, testing and assembly processes together with input from the skilled workforce including engineers, test riders and the management team will all be covered in this extraordinary documentary. The story behind the F3 three cylinder, the revolutionary motorcycle that has redefined the concept of supersport.

The episode of “Megafactories” dedicated to MV Agusta will air in various countries within the following dates:

  • NGC HD America 05/15/2012 19:30
  • NGC HD Australia/New Zealand 05/15/2012 19:30
  • Nat Geo Latin America 05/17/2012 22:00
  • NGC HD Italy 05/21/2012 21:55
  • NGC HD Germany 05/31/2012 20:15
  • Nat Geo Russia 07/10/2012 21:00
  • Nat Geo Central Europe 07/12/2012 22:00
  • NGC HD Iberia 07/16/2012 22:35
  • NGC HD France 09/25/2012 20:40