It seems Italian manufacturer MV Agusta just can’t stop making gorgeous variants of its already stunning motorcycles, and we aren’t complaining. The latest piece of art to roll off the Schiranna production plant is the Superveloce S.
The new S trim bestows the Superveloce with classy Surreal White painted fairings paired with matte gold wheels with black spokes, a brown alcantara saddle, and Superveloce S decals. Also available for the Superveloce S is an optional racing kit that adds a rear seat cowl with a brown alcantara pad, triple-exit Arrow exhaust, and a dedicated ECU map to match.
In addition to the new S trim, MV Agusta has also announced the 2021 Superveloce. What’s new? The 798cc three-cylinder engine, still capable of 147hp at 13,000rpm and 88Nm of torque at 10,100rpm, has been revised with new DLC-coated tappets, new titanium valve guides, new injectors, a redesigned exhaust system, a new radiator, and updated ECU firmware.
Speaking of electronic updates, the 2021 Superveloce range benefits from a new electronics package. This includes a new IMU, launch control, front lift control, cornering ABS developed with Continental, and an updated quick shifter.
The MV Ride app allows your smartphone or tablet to connect to the Superveloce’s 5.5-inch TFT display for both smartphone mirroring and adjusting the bike’s electronics. Another neat new app is MVGreenbox, which lets you track your MV Agusta anywhere in the world at any time.
Also new for the 2021 Superveloce is the Pearl Metallic Yellow/Matte Metallic Graphite option, which joins the Ago Red/Ago Silver color scheme.
All the 2021 updates apply to the Superveloce S as well, making it a tempting choice if you want the technology and performance of the Superveloce 75 Aniversario, but can’t get your hands on one.
The 2021 Superveloce is priced at 20,700 euros (around P1.2 million), while the Superveloce S starts at 23,600 euros (about P1.4 million). For a full breakdown and showcase of the new Superveloce models, check out the video below:
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopBikes.ph. Minor edits have been made.