The MV Agusta Superveloce Alpine has finally dropped and although it’s just a slightly updated Superveloce dressed in a limited-edition colourway, we can’t help but adore how beautiful this baby looks, despite criticisms from fans and enthusiasts.
How limited? Only 110 units will be made and many have said that it’s more of a design exercise rather than a genuine limited-edition model. Upon further inspection of this MV Agusta Superveloce Alpine, we can see that it portrays what this premium Italian manufacturer has to offer for its latest 2021 models.
The blue and white colour combo pays homage to the French’s Alpine A110 sports car (hence the 110 units) with loads of carbon fibre parts like mudguards, air duct cover, fairings, chain guard, and more. We don’t know about you guys, but this is one hell of a beautiful-looking MV Agusta.
It also comes with a seat made with Alcantara dressed in blue stitching which matches together with the bike’s custom CNC-machined aluminium wheels finished in black. Owners will also get a racing kit consisting of a custom Arrow exhaust system, race ECU, special fuel cap, and bike cover.
This particular Superveloce is also the first inline-three model from MV Agusta to meet with the Euro5 emission regulations thanks to some internal updates. Power still sits at 145hp, but the electronics have been further enhanced with the latest Continental IMU for its Cornering ABS, and another EShock IMU for its complicated traction control system.
If you’re wondering about the price, those living in Europe can get one for €36,300, which is around RM178,124 in today’s currency exchange rates. We would probably buy one if we had the money because it just looks so damn good.