MV Agusta Superveloce 75 Anniversario sells out within seconds of launch

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 17 Nov 2020

To celebrate its 75th anniversary, MV Agusta had announced the launch of a special, limited-series anniversary model – the Superveloce 75 Anniversario. Reservations officially opened online through the brand’s newly designed website on Sunday, November 15 at 00.00 am, and were originally planned to close exactly 75 hours later. Within seconds, the Superveloce 75 Anniversario had sold out as fans and collectors stormed the website to pre-book the entire production almost instantly, with a 100 euro deposit.

The Superveloce 75 Anniversario celebrates MV Agusta’s legacy of leading-edge technology, craftsmanship and elegance, and will be produced in a limited series of only 75 units. The already iconic Superveloce was chosen as the base for this anniversary collector’s bike as it represents the perfect balance between modern forms and MV Agusta’s racing legacy.

The Superveloce 75 Anniversario comes with an Italian flag colour scheme, dedicated graphic detailing, black-and-gold Inmotion spoke rims and the red Alcantara rider and passenger seats. The engine is the same F3 800-derived inline three-cylinder engine as the Superveloce, developing 147hp at 13,000 rpm for top speeds of over 240kph.

MV Agusta has created a dedicated 75th anniversary kit for its celebrative Superveloce, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity: Arrow three-exit exhaust system (for track use only), control unit with a dedicated map, numbered steering head aluminium plate, painted tail-cover and red Alcantara pad and a special bike cover.

Timur Sardarov, CEO MV Agusta Motor S.p.A., commented: “I was convinced Superveloce 75 Anniversario would be a success, but I didn’t expect it to go sold out in just a few seconds. To all those who did not manage to book one, I can only say that their enthusiasm and loyalty are a true inspiration for us all as we continue handcrafting, with immense pride and passion, our unique pieces of motorcycle art.”

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