Did you know that MV Agusta deals with artwork too? Yes, it does. In fact, its motorcycles are its artworks. Have a look at its latest Superveloce 800 concept and tell us we are wrong. You can’t. Even the best people couldn’t that’s why the Superveloce won in the ‘Concept Bikes Class’ at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este.
Speaking about this achievement, Adrian Morton, Design Director of MV Agusta/ CRC (Castiglioni Research Center) and responsible for the styling of the Superveloce 800 said, “Following on from a successful initial presentation at EICMA 2018 (alongside the Brutale 1000 awarded “Most Beautiful Bike of the Show”), it was a huge honour to receive an official request from the organisers of such an incredibly unique event.”
“The Superveloce 800’s distinctive styling; a combination of retro elements inspired by the sensual forms and characteristics of the MV Agusta racing motorcycles of the 60s, and visionary styling combined with the latest technologies, have given the basis for developing a provocative design proposal; a design suspended between past and future; perfectly in context for an event where historic coachbuilding meets future concepts. To win the award within the ‘Concept Class’ is a huge satisfaction that is a reflection of the dedication, passion and energy we dedicate to every motorcycle.”
Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este was started 90 years ago and today it is among the most prestigious and traditional events in the world for historic vehicles. It has been exhibiting vintage cars and the most precious and original historical motorcycles. Since 2002, alongside these, concept cars, concept bikes, and prototypes have also been introduced.