Motorcycle marque MV Agusta decided to honor the end of an era; the introduction of its F4 Claudio superbike signals a final bow for a very popular model.
This striking new build was crafted as a final send-off of sorts for the MV Agusta 4 bike that has been in production for more than two decades. MV Agusta gave the swan-song the name of their founder, Claudio Castiglioni; the black motorcycle also honors original F4 designer Massimo Tamburini’s style with swathes of carbon fiber in both matte and gloss finishes. This special bike is more than a basic dedication build.
The majority of the bike is dressed in black, but small accents of gold give it a uniquely dashing appearance. The sporty styling is only enhanced with the addition of BST Rapid Teck carbon wheels, and levers, footrests, and triple clamps machined from aluminum alloy. Appropriately, Claudio’s name also appears in various high-visibility spots on the bike.
The bike is capable of producing 205 horses in the road trim thanks to a 998cc inline four engine. Even better, drivers will have access to a new Custom mode complete with switchable engine mapping.
Only 100 examples of the final MV Agusta F4 will be available.