Upcoming MV Agusta Lucky Explorer 9.5 Specs Revealed – 124hp, 102Nm

MV Agusta revival of the Cagiva Elefant 900 is set to roll out soon with the introduction of the Lucky Explorer 9.5. 

  • MV Agusta Lucky Explorer 9.5 is the brand maiden adventure capable motorcycle.
  • Features an all-new 931cc three cylinder engine. 

The Italian company first announced their Lucky Explorer project at 2021 EICMA and at the time no further details were revealed to the public. 

However, with the official launch inching closer, MV Agusta was kind enough to share the specs. 

Firstly, the Lucky Explorer 9.5 boast a 931cc three-cylinder engine that is derived from the 800cc mill found in the F3 800. 


The 57kg engine churns out 124hp and 102Nm with a claimed max speed of 240kph. 

MV Agusta also redesigned the crankshaft to improved handling by reducing the inertia. 

Although efforts were taken to reduced the engine weight, the Lucky Explorer 9.5 is heavy, tipping the scale at 220kg (dry) and with a 20L fuel tank, expect the weight to bump up tremendously. 

Nevertheless, stopping power comes in the form of a four-piston Brembo Stylema callipers with dual 320mm front disc and single 220mm rear disc. On top of that, the bike’s is also equipped with ABS. 


Meanwhile, the engine is suspended by a double-beam steel frame design with a bolt-on cradle and a steel trellis subframe. 

At the front, the bike is fitted with a 21-inch wire-spoked wheels connected to the frame via a 48mm Sachs USD telescopic forks with 220mm of travel while the rear gets an 18-inch wheels connected to single-sided aluminium swingarm and Sachs monoshock.

Other notable features include:

  • 7-inch TFT display
  • Bluetooth/Wi-Fi connectivity
  • cruise control
  • launch control
  • eight-level traction control
  • GPS sensor
  • built-in immobiliser
  • full LED lighting

We expect MV Agusta to officially launch the Lucky Explorer 9.5 alongside the 5.5 early next year.



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