The MV Agusta Superveloce 1000 Gold Series It was exhibited by the brand, for the last time, at EICMA 2022 and it is more than likely that it will be launched on the market in just a few months. Specifically in the third quarter of this year, as Ben Purvis points out from Cycle World.
This theory becomes stronger after learning that the Italian firm had already registered the final version of the model in Australia. In the documentation provided, MV Agusta has presented some images that show a Superveloce 1000 black, in need of polishing small final details.
According to the transalpine firm we would be looking at the Gold Series version, but looking closely, however, it gives the impression of being the standard variant expected after the launch of the initial limited series.
MV Agusta Superveloce 1000 2024 in detail
Mechanically, the new Superveloce 1000 equals the tetracylindrical used in the current Brutale 1000 and Rush capable of offering 205 hp at 13,000 rpm. Likewise, the cycle part will also be borrowed from its range sisters and will be fitted with a new retro-inspired fairing similar to the one worn by the 800 variant of the Superveloce.
Other notable details that the Superveloce 1000 These include, for example, equipping handlebars below the seatpost or high footpegs, giving it that extra sportiness that a motorcycle of this caliber requires. Also an exhaust system under the tail with four exhaust outlets, making a nod to Tamburini’s original F4.
The inclusion of the fairing means an increase in weight compared to its sisters, with a declared figure of 207 kilograms in running order, that is, about 10 kilos more than the Brutale and Rush range. Other dimensions to take into account are those referring to its total width with 35.2 inches, 894mm approximately.
Although the registration documents mention exclusively the Gold Series of this Superveloce 1000, There are small details in the images of the unit shown that suggest that we are looking at the basic version. For example, its wheels, different from the five divided spokes that the first concept of the Gold Series showed in its presentation.
Also the black color without red parts or the inclusion of a passenger seat in the rear area, an element that does not exist in the top-of-the-range version of the model. The license plate holder anchored to the swingarm, or the rearview mirrors installed at the ends of the handlebars, are also an unequivocal sign that we are facing the definitive street version of the model.
What remains unchanged compared to the motorcycle shown at EICMA 2022 are, for example, the casings that cover its brake discs, where Brembo He is in charge of putting his magic. Also the side fairing spoilers, very similar to those used by the brand on its iconic 500/4 model from 1972.
We are waiting for you MV Agusta rule on the issue and finally clarify whether the motorcycle in the images presented in the Australian registry refer to the standard variant or the highly anticipated Gold Series limited edition.