The Italian premium motorcycle manufacturer is likely to pull off one more bullet to the sports bike class. That is, the Varese based motorcycle company plans to unveil an all new machine, the F3 800, in June. It is the third 800cc bike of MV Agusta. The Rivale 800 and the Brutale 800 are the other bi-wheelers in the class.
MV Agusta has called up a press meet to be held in the first week of June. The firm is likely to reveal the much anticipated middle-class sports bike during the meet. However, there is no confirmation regarding the production commencement of the F3 800. Still, it is expected to be in production either by the end of 2013 or by the beginning of 2014. Because, the Rivale 800 which bagged the Most Beautiful Bike Award at the 2012 EICMA is yet to be gone to stores. So, the sales of the F3 800 would start only after the procedures of the Rivale 800.
The Italian bike builder has disclosed an image teasing the arrival of the F3 800. The image showcases three cylinders and reveals the type of engine to be in in the motorcycle.
The F3 800 will be equipped with the same 798cc, Three cylinder, 4 stroke, 12 valve engine, which is used in both the Rivale 800 and the Brutale 800. However, rumours say that the F3 800 would be more powerful as it is likely to be wedded with a massive power of 145 Hp. The bike is expected to be mated with the same MVICS electronics package, which is seen on the F3 675. Along with this the bike may be coupled with several stunning features which are wanted to be seen in a mid-sized sports machine by enthusiasts across the world. Thus the pricing would be bit higher and may touch around €14,000 (~ 10 lakh).
The F3 800 would be a naked sport machine just like the other siblings in the 800cc class. Whatever is the shape of the bike, the F3 800's arrivals has shocked the Suzuki GSX-R750's and Ducati Superbike 848's owners as the MV Agusta machine is a right opponent for these two.
So the F3 800 might be a good machine for all who wanna make hi-fi rides on mid-sized naked sports machine.
The bike is rumoured to be priced €14,000
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