MV officially debuts F3 800 Ago



Its been a long time coming, but MV Agusta have finally released the limited edition version of its F3 800 supersports called the F3 800 Ago.


First shown at the annual EICMA show last year, the Ago edition is essentially a tribute version in the name of living Italian MotoGP legend Giacomo Agostini.


The most prominent highlight of this fact is the man’s autographed signature on the right side of the fuel tank encased and protected by a clear coat of paint.


Elsewhere, the F3 800 Ago also dons a very prominent Tricolore paint scheme, plus various go-faster bits and lightweight carbon fibre kits from the MV Agusta Corse collection. These include the carbon fibre fender, forged aluminium wheels, as well as machined aluminium footpegs to grant the bike with a dry overall weight of just 171kg.


MV plans to produce only 300 such examples, each tagged with a price tag of €23,990. While it ain’t cheap, it is definitely one hot item destined to make it way into the garages of deep-pocketed collectors worldwide. See more images of the utterly gorgeous F3 800 Ago in the gallery below.

MV Agusta F3 800 Ago

Source: Asphaltandrubber