On EICMA's catwalk this year the MV Agusta Superveloce 98 Edizione Limitata. Produced in just 300 numbered pieces, recalls the brand’s origins in the 1940s, during World War II. Domenico Agusta, who had been running the family business since 1927, when his father Giovanni died, thought about the future by focusing on two-wheel mobility, as a turning point for production. The first MV Agusta engine, a standard 98cc single-cylinder, came into being in 1943. Soon after, the Germans occupied the factory, and as a result the debut of the complete motorcycle had to wait. Its elegant burgundy colour choice inspires the Superveloce 98 today, offered in “Rosso Verghera”. The “98 Edizione Limitata” signature is positioned on the tail and tail cover; the reference to the engine displacement designed in 1943 also stands out on the steering plate, thanks to laser engraving technology. This unique work of art is delivered with the certificate of authenticity and racing kit: the latter drops the weight from 173 to 165 kg (dry weight). The equipment of the new MV Agusta Superveloce 98 Limited Edition can count on spoked wheels with a gold finish, an optimized and lightened braking system featuring Brembo PR 16/19 radial master cylinder and M4.30 Stylema front callipers.
Visit MV Agusta at EICMA 2023, Hall 18P - Stand B68.