Italian manufacturers are known for producing some of the most beautiful motorcycles on the market, complete with top-spec componentry, growling engine notes, and wallet-killing price tags. MV Agusta is no different. Each and every bike that has rolled out of its production line is built with ‘Motorcycle Art’ in mind and is stunning to behold.
As special as MV Agusta’s ‘regular’ motorcycles are, there will always be something more unique, more limited, more extravagant—and that’s where the limited-edition models come in. One example is the MV Agusta Superveloce 75 Anniversario, which, as the name implies, is a special edition of the Superveloce retro racer that commemorates 75 years of the manufacturer’s motorcycle production.
Possibly MV Agusta’s rarest bike yet, the Superveloce 75 Anniversario is limited to 75 units worldwide, sold in a 75-hour period on November 15, 2020. Obviously, all 75 units were snapped up faster than you could say the bike’s name.
Or so we thought, because MV Agusta Philippines has just brought in four units for local consumers, one of which is already spoken for.
Want to add one of the remaining three units to your collection? You’re going to need to fork out around P1.9 million for it. What does the package include? First and foremost is the bike itself. Powered by the same 798cc in-line-three engine as the F3 sportbike, the Superveloce has 148hp and a claimed top speed of 240kph.
Exclusive to the 75 Anniversario edition are tricolor Italian flag-inspired fairings, commemorative decals, a numbered aluminum plate on the steering head, red alcantara seating with painted tail cover, In-Motion wire-spoke wheels with gold rims and black spokes, and an ECU with a dedicated map. Other inclusions in the package are a track use-only Arrow exhaust, a special motorcycle cover, and of course, the privilege of owning one of the 75 units worldwide.
Interested? Check out the Superveloce 75 Anniversario at MV Agusta’s showroom in Caloocan before other enthusiasts snap up the last three units.
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopBikes.ph. Minor edits have been made.