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Production starts for MV Agusta Superveloce 800 Serie Oro

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MV Agusta has begun its production for the Superveloce 800 Serie Oro in the factories situated in Italy. The retro bike has been limited to 300 units through worldwide sales. The normal condition of the factory was shared with the public through social media platforms, indicating normal life. MV Agusta opened the factories after the restrictions on the nationwide lockdown was eased upon. Thus, there is a business allowed with restarting operations. This is done to bring the economy of the country back to normal.

The MV Agusta Superveloce 800 Serie Oro is but a limited edition of retro super sports. And It is limited to a number of 300. This brings a lot of enthusiasts luring to get one. This is quite expected based on its design which is gorgeous and dead drop. This highlights the glorified history of MV Agusta and its legacy.

The legacy can be depicted from the fact we know. There were orders and customers laying their money, even before a test ride. Yeah, that is glorious. Some details and attention have been done to the round LED headlamp, the bubble windscreen, and the leather strap that runs from the tank cap to the seat underline.

The Flawless Interiors

Under the stunning design and framework, the MV Agusta Superveloce 800 Serie Oro is based on the same as the MV Agusta F3 800. It has the same chassis and engines, with the latter being redesigned for better performance. The bike has a 798cc, three-cylinder engine giving off 148hp at 13,000rpm and 88Nm of torque at 10,600rpm.

Though the standard Superveloce 800 has the same triple-pipe exhaust system as on the F3 800, the Serie Oro has a unique asymmetric exhaust made by Arrow. The ‘3-in1-in3’ layout consists of two exhaust pipes on the right and one on the left, and it helps the bike portray itself as a special motorcycle.

The design may seem a bit old, but it comes with new tech fitted in for great performance including traction control and quick shifter.

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