That’s Reparto Corse to you and me, which if you have to ask, means you don’t deserve one of the 250 of these MV says it will build. Though, at $23,298, it’s surprisingly affordable for being such a delectable piece of exotica, complete with excellent counter-rotating 800 Triple, semi-active suspension, a pair of 30-liter bags, center stand, cruise control (!), Garmin GPS, heated grips and an excuse to brag about your 37 world titles…
Dirty Sean called the original a “leggy dual-funbag-equipped Italian beauty” when he rode the original on the Cote d A’zur two years ago, and the RC kicks that up a notch. Lots of changes have been going on at MV since then, but the company seems to be on solid financial footing for now thanks to a sizable investment from Black Ocean Group. The motorcycles themselves have never been in doubt.
MV AGUSTA RELEASE:
The desire to improve an engine that has achieved since the onset highest levels of efficiency is underlined by the new six-speed gearbox, with an optimized design to improve general functionality for faster, precise, gear shifting. The starter motor and the associated gears have been further refined for optimum sports touring.
Alongside the mechanical updates there has been further refinement to the MVICS 2.0 (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System) electronic platform developed exclusively by MV Agusta and with EAS 2.0 (Electronic Assisted Shift Up & Down), as well as traction control adjustable on 8 levels with the possibility of complete disengagement. The first improvements were made to the engine control management, with the aim of increasing the engine regularity providing a more fluid and enjoyable power delivery in all conditions. Subsequently, there has been modifications made to the various engine maps (Flexible ‘Tourism’, Full-Power ‘Sport’ and ‘Rain’ limited to 80 hp), in search of perfection and refinement . The hardware has been subjected to significant improvements, thanks to the revision of the Ride By Wire components, for maximum sensitivity, response and improved throttle control.
The high-quality chassis is the result of integrating the MVICS platform which electronically controls the front forks and a Sachs rear shock absorber, on the basis of the vehicle’s dynamic parameters. The semi-active suspension provides continuous control of the response, on the basis of the established and reliable ‘Skyhook’ algorithm; revised and tuned by MV to define the Turismo Veloce riding characteristics. Standard equipment includes the Garmin navigation system, dedicated twin 30 litre capacity side panniers,center stand, adjustable windshield, heated grips and cruise control.
The limited edition Turismo Veloce RC comes standard with 24 months warranty and 24 months premium roadside assist at an MSRP of $23,298.
For more information, please visit www.mvagusta.com/en-us/motorcycles/turismo-veloce-RC or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.