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Video: 2010 MV Agusta F4 1000 teaser

MV Agusta has released this teaser video of its new F4 1000 superbike ahead of its full unveiling in Milan.  Find an MV Agusta for sale MV claims 186bhp at 12,900rpm for the new machine, and says the engine is fitted with TC MK II traction control like the new Brutale.  Full pictures and more details to come on Monday 9 November. 

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sdv9r

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sdv9r says:

F?

Teaser was right...should have turned the lights off all together for what it showed.

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LukeZX6

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LukeZX6 says:

Looks

the bike looks good, but Kawasaki are still the dons at making adverts.

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CosherB

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CosherB says:

might have to make the most of this .... could be the last new bike from mv for the next 10 years!

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ayrshirenutter

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so has someone bought the company

now that harley have ditched the brand or are they going it alone?

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CosherB

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CosherB says:

ayrshire

still up for sale as far as i can tell.  i can't believe that they could go it alone as they're too small and a niche product company.  for them to thrive, they need to be part of (ideally i reckon) a large bike company.  i'm sure the H-D ownership helped to get the new Brutale and F4 to market.  i'd like Piaggio to buy them - MV wouldn't clash with their other marques - Aprilia is a far more contemporary brand (although founded in 1945, as was MV) with an ongoing successful racing programme and a more diverse range of bikes.  time to get the MV prayer mat out .... again.

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