MV Agusta F3 AMG Solar Beam Photos

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MV Agusta F3 AMG Solar Beam

During the 66th IAA Frankfurt International Motor Show in Germany, the MV Agusta AMG Solar Beam was unveiled. The MV Agusta F3 AMG Solar Beam highlights the relationship between the Varese-based motorcycle manufacturer and Mercedes-AMG.

Combining efforts, the two manufacturers took the already potent F3 800 triple, and painted it in the exclusive AMG Solar Beam color. The bike is further upgraded with black wheels, AMG logos, and other blackened highlights.

MG Agusta F3 Mercedes YellowSpeaking of the bike, MV Agusta says “This aesthetically and technically impressive vision of the matching look on two and four wheels visualizes the passion, which the two brands have for motorsports and for combining aspects of technology, performance and design to achieve perfection. To this effect, the partnership between Mercedes-AMG and MV Agusta is set to continue after the IAA show in Frankfurt under the joint brand claim ‘Beyond Adrenaline.’”

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“AMG’s aspiration is to surpass itself with each new vehicle. Among other ways of achieving this goal, we collaborate with the frontrunners of other sectors in a bid to seek inspiration and constantly better ourselves. MV Agusta was without a doubt the only choice for us in the motorcycle sector,” says Tobias Moers, Chief Executive, Mercedes-AMG GmbH.

MV Agusta F3 AMG Solar Beam Specs:

Engine
• Type: Three-cylinder, four-stroke, twelve-valve engine
• Timing system: Double overhead camshaft
• Total displacement: 798 cm³
• Compression ratio: 13.3:1
• Starting: Electric
• Bore x stroke: 79 mm x 54.3 mm
• Max. power – rpm at the crankshaft: 108.8 kW (148 hp) at 13,000 rpm
• Max. torque – rpm: 88 Nm (8.97 kgm) at 10,600 rpm
• Cooling with separate water and oil radiators
• Engine management system: Integrated ignition-injection system MVICS (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System) with six injectors; Eldor EM2.0 engine control unit; drive-by-wire operated Mikuni throttle body; pencil coil with ion-sensing technology; four maps; traction control with eight levels of intervention
• Electronic quick shift: MV EAS (electronically assisted shift)
• Clutch:
○ Mechanically operated, multi-disc
○ Wet clutch
• Transmission: Six-speed cassette-style gearbox with constant mesh
• Primary drive: 19/36
MV Agusta F3 AMG Yello Gas Tank• Gear ratio:
○ First gear: 13/37
○ Second gear: 16/34
○ Third gear: 18/32
○ Fourth gear: 19/30
○ Fifth gear: 21/30
○ Sixth gear: 22/29
• Final drive ratio: 17/41

Electric Equipment
• Voltage: 12 V
• Alternator: 350 W at 5,000 rpm
• Battery: 12 V – 8.6 Ah

Dimensions and Weight
• Wheelbase: 1,380 mm
• Overall length: 2,060 mm
• Overall width: 725 mm
• Saddle height: 805 mm
• Min. ground clearance: 125 mm
• Trail: 99 mm
• Dry weight: 173 kg
• Fuel tank capacity: 16.5 l

Performance
• Max. speed (measured on a closed course): 269.0 km/h (167.1 mph)

Frame
• Type: ALS steel tubular trellis
• Rear swing arm pivot plates material: Aluminum alloy

Front Suspension
• Type: Marzocchi upside down fork with individually adjustable rebound and compression damping and adjustable spring preload
• Fork diameter: 43 mm
• Fork travel: 125 mm

Rear Suspension
• Type: Progressive Sachs monoshock with adjustable rebound and compression damping and adjustable spring preload
• Single sided swing arm material: Aluminum alloy
• Fork travel: 123 mm

Brakes
• Front brake: Ø 320 mm double floating disc with steel braking disc and flange
• Front brake caliper: Brembo radial-type monobloc with four pistons of Ø 34 mm
• Rear brake: Ø 220 mm single steel disc
• Rear brake caliper: Brembo with two pistons of Ø 34 mm
• ABS system: Bosch 9 Plus with Race Mode and RLM (rear-wheel lift-up mitigation)

Wheels
• Front, material/size: Aluminum alloy 3.50” x 17”
• Rear, material/size: Aluminum alloy 5.50” x 17”

Tires
• Front: 120/70 – ZR 17 M/C (58 W)
• Rear: 180/55 – ZR 17 M/C (73 W)

For additional information, visit MV Agusta.