MV Agusta has been setting benchmarks for motorcycle designers for decades. Penned down by legendary designer Massimo Tamburini, the F4 is arguably one of the most visually appealing motorcycles, since its introduction. But what next? Last month, MV Agusta gave us a glimpse into the future as the Italian marque teased their upcoming motorcycle, which they developed along with Milan based coach-building company, Zagato.
Fast forward to August 29, 2016 and the Verese based two-wheeler maker has revealed its upcoming motorcycle, christened the F4Z. Well, to be honest, this isn’t an all new motorcycle. The F4Z is based upon — no point for guessing — the F4. So under that futuristic design is Tamburini’s celebrated masterpiece and we can see the F4’s trellis frame, single-sided swingarm, brakes and shock-absorbers. The chiseled fuel tank flawlessly merges into the fairing while the single-pod projector headlight is nestled below all that fibre. The traditional quad-exhaust has been replaced by a single sided unit. On one side, you can also see the ‘Z’ badge, representing Zagato.
As the F4Z will also draw power from the same 998cc liquid cooled inline four cylinder four-stroke motor that powers the standard F4. The state of tune may differ and the F4Z may deliver slightly more power. As we said before, the Italian marque has remained tight-lipped about the details and will reveal all the technical details on September 4, 2016. Check out the teaser videos below:
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