MV Agusta Superveloce 1000

Back in 2022, MV Agusta unveiled a model that a lot of fans and enthusiasts surely hoped would become a reality. At EICMA, it pulled the drapes off the Superveloce 1000 Serie Oro, a retro-themed superbike built on the underpinnings of the Brutale 1000 hyper-naked machine. That said, 2023 came and went, and so too did EICMA 2023, and it seemed that the Superveloce 1000 was not to be.

This could all be about to change, however, as Ben Purvis from Cycle World managed to uncover Australian type-approval documents that hint at a full-production model of the Superveloce 1000. Purvis goes into quite a lot of detail about the supposed upcoming model, so be sure to check out his full article in the link below. That said, let’s talk a bit why the MV Agusta Superveloce 1000 – should it become a reality – is such an important bike not just for MV Agusta, but for the motorcycle industry in its entirety.

First of all, the Superveloce 1000 Serie Oro is surely a one-of-a-kind machine, standing as the only retro-inspired liter-class supersport bike in the market. Sure, there’s the Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RR, but that bike’s largely based on the RS model, and is obviously missing a full fairing. As such, the Superveloce 1000 will surley be a hit among riders looking for a touch of retro flair, all without compromising on cutting-edge tech and performance a tiny bit – talk about a niche market.

It goes without saying that the superbike segment is booming with lots of powerful, cutting-edge machines. Bikes like the BMW M 1000 RR, Ducati Panigale V4, and Aprilia RSV4 are all trendsetters in their own right, but are in essence, woven from the same cloth.

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