MV Agusta motorcycles launch 350cc and 950cc adventure
Italians are working on a new 950cc engine and are preparing to build the first motorcycle adventure.
President of MV Agusta, east Sardarov, He showed the Italian brand plans for the future. The goal is to reach sales 25,000 units sold in the next five years. To do it, MV launch a motorcycle adventure and a range of 350cc and 950cc models.
MV Agusta conducted an internal restructuring 2018, which means that ownership of Castiglioni was replaced by Timur Sardarov, a Russian investor who plans to develop the company and increase sales figures.
MV Agusta has plans to develop a motorcycle adventure and is working on the construction of a new 950cc engine. To get an idea of what could be the bike, we can see the MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800b and place long-travel suspension and front wheel of 21 inches, to give an example.
"The ability to Schiranna (factory MV Agusta) It is between 17,000 Y 20,000 motorcycles per year. without expanding. We are now working on a new 950. And come other news, as an adventure ", said Sardarov.
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The expansion program does not stop here. MV Agusta was associated with Chinese firm Loncin to develop naked bikes and touring 350cc.
“Nuestra asociación con Loncin es del mismo tipo que la que KTM tiene con Bajaj o BMW con TWS”, said Sardarov.
"For us, the market 350 It's very important: today, except for the KTM Duke, This segment offers nothing exciting, only cost savings. We want to produce beautiful motorcycles, designed and developed by MV but produced in Asia. No one could make these trips in Europe, even BMW or KTM ", he added.
"We did not become Chinese, no Chinese shareholders. They are the only suppliers. Loncin is the same as manufactures numerous engines for BMW and its 400 scooters, among the best in the segment. We have full control of the supply chain: We are those that indicate which companies use. We will 350 twin with the same philosophy that all our engines. In summary, MV in a small bare, tourism… “, concluded Sardarov.