A special-edition version of the MV Agusta Dragster 800 RR has been built in celebration of luxury goods website, TheArsenale.
Using the latest version of the Dragster as a base and produced as a one-off, the bike is powered by a 798cc, Euro4-compliant, three-cylinder engine, producing 138bhp. Also fitted is a quickshifter and 'blipper, alongside an eight-way traction control system and slipper clutch.
Available to purchase now, with prices revealed upon serious inquiry, the Italian machine features a striking orange and black livery, complete with orange-coloured levers, crash mushrooms and clutch cover.
"We are excited about this new collaboration with TheArsenale. We were instantly seduced by their pioneering spirit and their extreme approach to luxury retail," Ratmir Sardarov, Director of MV Agusta, said.
"Only the best, most exclusive models feature in their online virtual garage and our special TheArsenale edition Dragster 800 RR, a piece of pure motorcycle art, is now one of their brightest gems."
Specialising in high-end products such as motorcycles, watches, boats and planes, TheArsenale is a website devoted to luxury living and gadgets you never knew you needed. According to the site, the bike is available to purchase, however there are currently no details on price, or its production run.
"We were proud to be working on such a project with an incredible brand and our joint efforts got paid off when we saw the bike in flesh," Patrice Meignan, CEO and founder of TheArsenale, added.
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