MV Agusta CEO Timur Sardarov revealed that the Italian motorcycle brand would introduce an updated version of the F3.
While the upgrade is mainly to reach the Euro 5 emission standard, we can assume MV will also introduce other features.
“We have done restyling. It will be presented within a month and will be updated to Euro 5,” he said during an interview with GPOne.
The F3 was last updated in 2018 when MV Agusta introduced the F3 800 RC limited to only 350 units that offer an updated engine that had seen the power increase from 148hp to 153hp.
Moreover, Sardarov also revealed that the company is working on a new 950cc 3-cylinder engine.
“We are working on a new 950cc 3-cylinder engine expected to debut at the end of 2022. We will launch the new engine alongside a new Dragster and Brutale.
“It will also be used on the F3 and Superveloce,” he added.