Updated F3 800 to be launched next year
Will function new electronics suite
Expect to come with typical MV Agusta styling
MV Agusta is growing a closely up to date F3 800, the corporate’s CEO, Timur Sardarov, confirmed in a video posted on the model’s official social media deal with. While he didn’t reveal extra particulars, he mentioned the bike is anticipated to be launched in 2021. The MV Agusta F3 800 has been round for just a few years and it has begun to present its age, particularly when it comes to end ranges and gear, in contrast to different supersport bikes. The up to date F3 is anticipated to iron out these little points.
As far because the styling is worried, the MV Agusta F3 is undeniably one of the lovely bikes on sale and we don’t anticipate the corporate to radically alter the design. It might get new colors, decals and a particular RC model sooner or later, and we additionally hope MV additionally makes use of this chance to exchange the poor high quality switchgear that appears fully misplaced on the present motorbike. In maintaining with in the present day’s instances, anticipate the corporate to additionally match a full-colour TFT instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity.
The present motorbike is powered by a 798cc, three-cylinder engine that develops 148hp at 13,000rpm and 88Nm of peak torque at 10,600rpm. This engine is likely one of the largest highlights of the F3 and it will be fascinating to see if it retains its character whereas complying with the brand new emission requirements.
The CEO additionally confirmed that the upgraded F3 will get a brand-new set of electronics. This presumably means an IMU-based system with a number of traction management, trip modes and cornering ABS. Given MV Agusta’s observe document with electronics, we anticipate pretty much as good a system as on the present motorbike, together with the pleasant quickshifter that is a pleasure to use.
While it’s too early to remark in regards to the value, anticipate the brand new F3 800 to sport the next value than the present motorbike’s Rs 18 lakh (ex-showroom) price ticket.
In different information, MV Agusta is scouting for a brand new companion in India after severing its ties with Motoroyale for “misinterpretation of the contract” and since they did not symbolize the corporate as desired, says Sardarov. This solely signifies that potential prospects may have to look ahead to a bit longer to get their arms on an MV Agusta.