Electronics Coming to the MV Agusta F4 in 2013?

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Electronics Coming to the MV Agusta F4 in

06/20/2012 @ 2:27 pm, by Jensen 7 COMMENTS

Ahead of its yearly of MV Agusta enthusiasts (this marking 60 years of the famous the Italian company’s CEO Giovanni sat down with Moto.it to some questions about the of the company, the upcoming MV Agusta and the future MV Agutsa F4. While confirmed the name of the company’s street-bike-meets-enduro model, perhaps the interesting insight was the company’s on the F4 design, and what the next year could hold for one of the most iconic motorcycles.

Comparing MV Agusta’s design regarding the F4 to that of car-marker 911, Castiglioni hinted the MV Agusta F4 will go largely for the 2013 model year, the addition of a robust electronics is expected, especially since the MV F3 already boasts the aid of traction and other rider aids. As the of the 911 have remained fairly so too will the lines of the F4, says who insists the bike will its under-tail exhaust layout in the as well as its overall aesthetic.

MV Agusta isn’t the only motorcycle company to take a out of the Porsche handbook. as Ducati has compared its product line-up to that of the German automaker’s. MV to be taking a different vein Porsche though, as Castiglioni’s process seems to be centered the F4 keeping its fairly timeless as has been done with the 911 sports car — an issue we have to when chastising MV Agusta for its very conservative approach to

This is a stark contrast to the steps Ducati has undertaken in its superbike-centered brand, into a of models that range the motorcycling gamut. With the of the MV Agusta F3. it is unclear if MV Agusta is to make the same bold choices that Ducati has with the Hypermotard, Multistrada and Diavel. The designs of the F3 and Brutale 675 very true to their predecessors, and the new MV Agusta Rivale is expected to stay

close to the Brutale design with perhaps only suspension being added, as as other parts that are suited for an on-road/off-rod split-personality.

While we remain very about MV Agusta’s long-term it is at least interesting to see how the Italian is positioning itself for the future. An battle to be certain, we presume even the most tepid of MV fans still cannot to see what Varese is going to to EICMA in this coming

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