F4 Senna 1000 for 06

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MV Agusta has officially unveiled the new 1000cc version of its F4 Senna at the Milan Bike Show.

It’s the fastest bike yet to carry Ayrton Senna’s name – after it was previously used on the Ducati 916 Senna and the MV Agusta F4 750. It will raise funds for the Senna Foundation charity in Brazil.

The bike has GP-spec Marchesini wheels, single-block Brembo radial brakes and a 174bhp engine. It weighs 190kg and could cost as much as £20,000.

Also on show was a F4 Veltro created by MV Corse. The bike is available in both road and track versions with the road version weighin in at a svelt 170kg, while the track version goes even further at just 159kg and both look stunning in matt grey.

First pictures and details were published in MCN on November 9. Expect more in our November 16 issue.

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By MCN Staff