Exotic Italian motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta have unveiled the latest addition to their RC line-up: the Turismo Veloce RC sports-tourer. Only 250 units of the Turismo Veloce RC will be offered at a retail price of  £ 17,480.


Based on MV’s three-cylinder 800cc platform, the Turismo Veloce is powered by MV’s 798cc inline-three  that produces 110 horsepower and 80Nm of torque. MV Agusta claims a top speed of 230 kmph. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a 6-speed transmission. The engine is also equipped with MVICS 2.0 (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System).


Visually, the Turismo Veloce RC gets the racing livery, carbonfibre deflector on the front mudguard, newly designed 17-inch forged alloy wheels, side mounted luggage and revised black surface treatment. Functional changes include a new sprocket, which improves smooth driving characteristics and precision. The passenger seat has been redesigned to improve ergonomics and comfort over long distances. The front engine mounts have increased longitudinal chassis stiffness and subsequently driving dynamics. There has been a series of profound modifications regarding the three-cylinder engine with counter-rotating crank; redesigned to further reduce vibration and noise.


The engine modes (Tourism, Sport and Rain) have been redefined, and the ride-by-wire hardware has been updated for improved response and throttle control.Braking duties are performed by twin 320mm Brembo brake discs at front with radial-mount calipers. ABS and traction control functions have also been updated.


The hardware has been subject of significant improvements, thanks to the revision of the Ride By Wire components, for maximum sensitivity, response and improved throttle control. The high quality of the chassis is the result of the integration with the platform MVICS: front forks and a Sachs rear shock absorber are controlled by electronics 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 RC riding characteristics. Standard equipment includes the Garmin navigation system, dedicated twin 30 liter capacity side panniers, center stand, adjustable windshield, heated grips and cruise control.


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