Varese, November 7th 2016 - The revolution, by MV Agusta, has a new name: Brutale 800 RR. Adrenaline and pure style. A sublime riding experience that has enchanted riders in search of that something more, beyond extreme acceleration. After conquering unanimous positive feedback and being voted the most beautiful bike of the year (www.infomotori.com) for EICMA 2016 (Milan, Rho Pero, 8 to 13 November) the most beautiful naked of all time returns to be the most powerful, and the most technological, whilst boasting the lowest emissions within it’s category. Thanks to the"RR" equipment, the quality of the Euro IV updates and implemented electronics the experience of the MV Agusta Brutale RR is even more intense, immediate, fluid and adrenaline inducing: 140 hp from launch, a full torque curve, complimented with the best suspension and control package. So, MV Agusta strengthens its technological leadership in the year Euro IV regulations are introduced, reinterpreting the same performance led strategy that make it an icon in motorcycling: the ‘bad’ Schiranna naked, benefits from a thrilling riding experience accompanied with an exceptional level of refinement: less vibration, noise reductions of 50% compared to the previous model, lower emissions, more power, and less demanding set-up. A dream constructed around acceleration and design. RR stands for maximum power: with 140 hp at 13,100 revs / min and a maximum torque of 86 Nm at 10,100 rpm / min generated by the presence of two injectors per cylinder. A package specifically developed to retain the riding dynamics and sheer exhilaration of the models prior to the introduction of the new restrictive emission regulations. The result is astonishing; a true technological leap with a refined engine cylinder head developed for noise suppression to the benefit of augmenting ‘permitted’ sound by MV: namely those generated by the combustion. With the introduction of new components such as a harmonic damper, a new mechanical cam-chain tensioner, new camshafts, new valve guides, all completely redesigned and utilizing new materials to minimize stresses and vibrations. Noise reduction also extends to the side covers of the engine, which also act as engine protectors. An entirely new countershaft, starter motor, and primary gear drive, are aimed at improving the reliability. The designs of the transmission gears are also redesigned to achieve better meshing and therefore smoother transitions. 1 2 The new Brutale RR 800 take the model presented at EICMA last year to new extremes. The classic MV naked was reshaped and reinterpreted; new aero forms were introduced with respect for the classic style that defined the Brutale DNA typified by the unique front headlight profile and distinctive ‘organ pipe’ silencer which has increased both in profile and volume (+ 3 lt). Other distinctive elements of the new Brutale include the split seat, retractable passenger grab handles a graphic LED rear tail light and the compact LED indicators. The strongest feature is the futuristic signature light alloy structure of the subframe, which connects to the trapezoidal fuel tank (16.5 litres) creating a visually front biased volume that accentuates the aggressive character of this naked whilst retaining a uniquely balanced compact proportion. Introduced specifically for the RR version, are new forged wheels with a specific contrasting surface treatment. The upgrade of the New Brutale 800 RR is also electronic. The throttle unit has been updated, up & down EAS 2.0 Quick Shift is standard complimented by a hydraulic clutch with integrated slipper system. The engine management is entrusted to MVICS system and includes an updated Full Ride by Wire System incorporating multi-map with eight level adjustable traction control. Finally the new dashboard is now equipped with an OBD function (On Board Diagnostics). More power is managed by the introduction of a new steering damper, with eight levels of manual adjustment. The hydraulic Marzocchi upside down fork utilize lightweight gold anodized aluminum stanchions (comprising an external compression adjustment system, extension and spring preload) and an adjustable Sachs rear monoshock. The braking system is entirely Brembo with a pair of floating front discs 320 mm diameter and fourpiston calipers, while the rear operates a twin piston caliper on a 220 mm diameter disc. To top it all, the Bosch ABS 9 Plus, ensures safety and performance on all road surfaces. The new Brutale RR 800 is available in two colors: Ice / Carbon Black Metallic and Red Shock Pearl / Carbon Black Metallic.
A revolutionary product concept came before distinctive aesthetics: the Turismo Veloce has redefined the idea of a touring motorcycle. MV Agusta has re-prioritised and redefined the objectives, focusing on compact volumes, minimal weight wrapped in a unique design. Initial studies took into account the side mounted luggage, designed to integrate seamlessly not only with the lines of the bike but also with the supporting structure of the rider seat and passenger. When the luggage is removed the bikes character is transformed and characterised by a lithe, dynamic profile. Focused around a compact three-cylinder 800 cc engine – with a revised black surface treatment -the “Fast Tourer” offers an unaccustomed light weight to power ratio for this segment. The use of LED lighting technology combined with a graphic DRL (Daylight Riding Light) has created a unique identity for this vehicle, making this bike immediately identifiable, even in a fleeting moment when encountered on the street. The construction of this top of the range motorcycle is further enriched by virtue of the RC version, which will be produced in a limited edition of 250 pieces. Recognizable primarily for specific racing livery, characteristically aligned to the other precious RC models. The evolution of the Turismo Veloce encompasses both functional and cosmetic features: the latter of which is accentuated with a carbon fiber deflector on the front mudguard. The forged wheels feature a design that accentuates lightness and a racing pedigree deri-ved from the variant used on the F4RC. Functional changes include a new sprocket, which improves smooth driving characteristics and precision. The passenger seat has been redesigned to improve ergonomics and comfort over long distances. The front engine mounts have increased longitudinal chassis stiffness and subsequently driving dynamics. There has been a series of profound modifications regarding the three-cylinder engine with counter-rotating crank; redesigned to further reduce vibration and noise. Regarding the head there has been interventions to the valve guides, redesigned to achieve improved reliability; the harmonic damper and the chain tensioner, which now ensure a significant reduction in mechanical noise alongside an updated gearing for the transmission.
The desire to improve an engine that has achieved since the onset highest levels of efficiency is underlined by the new six-speed gearbox, with an optimized design to improve general functionality for faster, precise, gear shifting. The starter motor and the associated gears have been revised and improved for enhanced reliability and durability, critical to a model that was created to cover tens of thousands of kilometers per year. Alongside the mechanical updates there has been further refinement to the MVICS 2.0 (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System) electronic platform developed exclusively by MV Agusta and with EAS 2.0 (Electronic Assisted Shift Up & Down), as well as traction control adjustable on 8 levels with the possibility of complete disengagement. The first improvements were made to the engine control management, with the aim of increasing the engine regularity providing a more fluid and enjoyable power delivery in all conditions. Consequently there has been a redefininition of the various engine maps (Flexible ‘Tourism’, Full-Power ‘Sport’ and ‘Rain’ limited to 80 hp), in search of perfection and refinement . The hardware has been subject of significant improvemnets, thanks to the revision of the Ride By Wire components, for maximum sensitivity, response and improved throttle control. The high quality of the chassis is the result of the integration with the platform MVICS: front forks and a Sachs rear shock absorber are controlled by electronics on the basis of the vehicle's dynamic parameters. The semi-active suspension provides continuous control of the response, on the basis of the established and reliable ‘Skyhook’ algorithm; revised and tuned by MV to define the Turismo Veloce riding characteristics. Standard equipment includes the Garmin navigation system, dedicated twin 30 liter capacity side panniers, center stand, adjustable windshield, heated grips and cruise control.
Built on the basis of Dragster RR, the MV Agusta Dragster 800 RC is a new entry to the stunning RC range. A motorcycle intended for an audience who appreciate beauty combined with performance; for the true enthusiast who wants to taste the spirit of racing and the associated technology that forms an integral part of the sport. Dragster 800 RC thrives on emotions. It’s inevitable with such a pedigree that a strip of asphalt transforms into a racetrack. The three-cylinder engine is a blend of compact dimensions, light weight and incredible class leading performance. With 140 hp at 13100 rpm / min it borders on hypersports territory. It snarls with an acute yet raw exhaust note through a beautiful three element silencer developed specifically to achieve record performance for the category. The engine as a result of an extremely rational design, weighs a mere 52 kg; it exploits a racing-derived counter rotating crankshaft to reduce inertia in corner entry, giving the RC Dragster unique driving dynamics far exceeding the expectations of a bike born to achieve straight line per-formance. The digital instrumentation is the perfect interface between rider and bike: essential for legibility via a clear LCD panel and dashboard indicators. It also forms the point of interaction for the Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System. Based on the electronic control unit designed specifically and exclusively for MV Agusta, it allows to the rider to exploit the Dragster 800 RC with four riding configurations. One of which offers complete personalisation, parameter by parameter including motor response, rev limiter, engine torque management, throttle sensitivity and engine braking. Indispensable for dragstrip performance is the Quickshifter EAS 2.0: permitting rapid gear changes both up and down the gearbox; without time to catch a breath... Traction control is offered on eight levels, or entirely disengaged; allowing you to choose between spinning the rear wheel out of corners or contrastingly with the tranquility of complete electronic intervention.
The pursuit for material lightness and sophistication is evident in the abundance of carbonfibre components, which distinguish the 800 RC Dragster. An example of craftsmanship transported to production in series. The front mudguard, radiator heat deflectors, and the compact front fairing combined with the magnificent RC forged wheels with a lightweight and unquestionably racing design, offer an unsurpassed vision of technical excellence and attention to detail. It is also reflected in the rich red anodized finish on the fully adjustable upside down fork stanchions. Complete adjustability is also available on the Sachs rear suspension mated to a singlesided swing arm with a fulcrum point between aluminum alloy plates that are united to the tubular steel trellis frame. The braking system composed of 320 mm diameter front discs and Brembo four piston radial calipers are aligned to the tame the savage power. Produced in just 350 units, the 800 RC Dragster releases its 140 hp through a spectacular 200 section rear tyre.
The result of a meticulous and continuous evolution that has been applied to the refinement of every detail. The new MV Agusta F4 RC excels both on the road and the track with it’s direct connection to WSBK championship racing. It is therefore unquestionable that you will discover the same technical pedigree of the ‘Reparto Corse’ F4 ridden by British rider Leon Camier. As with Camier’s F4, the F4 RC can be both enthralling and efficient; the most comprehensive package amongst Hypersports. Elegant and simple, the F4 RC is instantly recognizable with a stunning red and white graphic base as that used on the official version, including sponsor logos. The number "37" embellished on the fairing is a reminder of the constructors World titles won by MV Agusta. Each of the 250 pieces that make up the total production of the new F4 RC, is a real collector's item accompanied with a valuable racing kit. The classic wood box contains high quality components, specifically designed and built for the racing F4 RC. In detail: the SC-Project titanium single exit exhaust system has been developed together with the dedicated racing Electronic Control Unit, which forms part of the kit. The single seat tail unit lightens the bike and aesthetically underlines the racing vocation. The fuel cap and mirror inserts that allow the user to remove the mirrors for track use are machined in ergal aluminium 7075 providing functional value and enriching further a bike that has redefined the Hypersports category. The under tailpiece exhaust shroud is manufactured in carbon fiber, to assist heat transmission with the minimum weight. The personalized protective bike cover and Certificate of Authentication make the F4 RC even more exclusive. Performance is also reflected in the numbers: 151 kW, equivalent to 205 hp maximum power in road configuration. A fact that makes the RC Superbike the most powerful in its class within series production. With the racing kit the performance increases to 212 hp (158 kW) at 13600 rpm measured at the crankshaft, the F4 RC in track configuration marks the latest evolution within the extraordinary development of the in-line 4-cylinder MV Agusta known as ‘Corsa Corta’ (79x50,9 mm) enhanced with unique technical solutions such as a central distribution chain and radial valve layout.
The choice of chassis solution from the outset of the F4 has defined an era thanks to the synthesis between the technical benefits of construction solutions and assembly. The TIG welded trellis CrMo steel tubes are undoubtedly essential and in some respects even ‘classic’ but the mechanical characteristics offer peak performance. The aluminum alloy plates close the rear frame structure and form the fulcrum for the single arm, with the possibility to change height allowing full customization of the riding dynamics. Racing suspension completes the package of absolute excellence: the Ohlins fork USD NIX type 30 with TiN surface treatment has separate hydraulic compression adjustment (left leg) and rebound damping (right leg); spring preload is also permitted. The Ohlins TTX 36 shock with piggy-back reservoir offers the same parameters of adjustment as the fork through convenient manual mechanical adjusters. Included is also a precisely engineered steering damper with manual adjustment. The braking system matches the performance, being composed of a pair of front 320 mm diameter discs with steel braking areas, aluminum flanges and a radial pump, as well as Brembo GP 4-piston (30 mm in diameter) radial calipers. The rear steel disc is 210 mm in diameter with 4-piston caliper. The Bosch ABS 9 Plus with RaceMode utilizes a RLM (Rear wheel Lift-up Mitigation) system to prevent rear wheel lift under heavy braking. The Electronic Control Unit is based on efficiency with a specific goal; the aim is to guarantee the ultimate control of the bike for the pilot, without reducing sensibility; that sensibility combined with the talent and experience of the pilot can make the difference when a tenth of a second per lap matters. The technology MVICS 2.0 (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System) allows you to command many parameters, including throttle sensitivity, maximum torque, engine brake, engine response and rev limiter intervention. The inertial platform with a trim sensor utilizes three gyroscopes and accelerometers to determine a precise operation of the traction control on 8 levels. It can also be switched off entirely. Shifting is aided with the 2.0 EAS (Electronically Assisted Shift) Quick Shift is part of the standard specification.
Asphalt, curbing and gravel traps. Braking, acceleration and braking again. Straights, chicanes. Curves. Grandstands and pits. MV Agusta was born on the track. Its story has been inscribed on most famous racing tracks in the World, since the dawn of the most glorious motorcycle brand in the history of motorcycling. RC doesn’t simply means Reparto Corse. RC means extreme attention to technical develop-ment, both in terms of design and function. It means direct connection to the riders, achieving perfection from track to track. RC also means attention to detail, because under race conditions each component is crucial and decisive. RC stands for absolute performance: a way of thinking known only by those who live to race. RC is the direct discendent of the racing experience brought to the road, crafted for the most demanding riders. Offered in two displacements, the F3 RC is the essence of racing. The perfect balance of technology and design, in a very limited production run, consisting of 350 works of art. The incredibly lightweight and compact three-cylinder engine has been further refined and optimized to achieve maximum performance obtaining peak power and torque for both track and road use. F3 675 RC produces 128 hp (94.2 kW) at 14400 rpm and 71 Nm (7.24 kgm) of peak torque at 10900 rpm; The F3 800 reaches even further extremes, producing 148 hp (108.8 kW) at 13000 rpm and 88 Nm (8.97 kgm) of peak torque at 10600 rpm. The advanced MVICS electronic platform (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System) allows the rider to effectivly manage the performance utilizing the Ride by Wire system together with the available multimaps (three predefined maps and one fully customizable map) together with 8 levels of traction control. The frame is a composite structure consisting of a lightweight front steel trellis coupled to the aluminum alloy side plates that act as the fulcrum for the iconic single sided swingarm. The suspension, Sachs mono-shock and Marzocchi front forks, have been tuned to keep the chassis in composure at the limit without sacrificing the nimble handling. The high ratio of swingarm length to the wheelbase (576.5/1380 mm) ensures maximum traction and perfect weight distribution.
The racing DNA of the RC model is evident at first glance. The race replica graphics are a tribute to the nuomerous victories obtained by Jules Cluzel and Lorenzo Zanetti in WSS competitions worldwide, and each bike is personally signed by the the riders on the side panels as evidence of their partecipation in the developement of this very exclusive model together with MV Agusta Reparto Corse. In tribute to the numerous laps and races led and won by MV Agusta in international competitions, a special accessories kit is included with each of the 350 F3 RC replicas. This unique collection of special parts – including the license plate holder and single seat cover – are assembled by hands in the historic Schiranna Factory to enhance the racing heritage of the F3 RC. Also included in the special parts kit is the rear wheel replica stand as well as a dedicated bike cover which protects the elegance of this three-cylinder masterpiece. Each individual F3 RC comes complete with a signed certificate of origin which guarantees the exclusivity of this very unique motorcycle and its unwavering dedication to advanced technology, craftmanship, design and performance.
Chantilly, September 2016.
Zagato played the leading role at the third international Chantilly Arts & Elegance 2016. The Elegance contest confirmed its international character, with the presence of almost 100 collectible automobiles, divided into 21 classes, three of which were reserved for Zagato cars.
In front of Chantilly Castle, the Milanese coach builder unveiled in world premiere the MV Agusta F4Z, created together with the motorcycle manufacturer from Varese. Commissioned by a Japanese collector, a real lover of contemporary Zagato cars and Italian bikes, it embodies the Zagato philosophy applied outside the Brand’s traditional field of expression: the Motorcar. The F4Z goes beyond the rules meant for custom-made motorcycles and transforms a production vehicle into a collectible, an "Atelier motorbike" that, perfectly in line with the Zagato tradition, sports an entirely new bespoke body over original mechanics. In appreciation of the values that inspired it, the MV AGUSTA F4Z was awarded the Special Prize by the international Jury, composed of more than 50 authoritative members of both the car and culture worlds.
Chantilly, September, 2016. At the third international Concours d’Elegance Chantilly Arts & Elegance, the F4Z is the first Atelier motorbike to be created by the historical Milanese coachbuilder in collaboration with the bike manufacturer from Varese.
MV Agusta has attained international renown for its advanced technology, high performance and unique design, making it one of the most exclusive and prestigious brands in the motorcycling world. Its legend has been consecrated by 75 world championships (37 Manufacturers’ and 38 Riders’) and is celebrated by a range of products capable of winning the most coveted specialised critics’ awards.
MV Agusta’s product portfolio is based on two main platforms, comprising three- and four-cylinder models with a displacement of 675 to 1100 cc and occupying the supersport, superbike, sport-naked and crossover segments.
The only remaining Italian coachbuilding company to be independent and still in the hands of its founder’s family, Zagato shaped the F4Z, based on the standard mechanics of the MV Agusta F4, as a one-off piece for a Japanese entrepreneur, collector of Zagato cars as well as Italian motorbikes.
The MV Agusta F4Z’s bodywork was designed and engineered by the Zagato team and built with noble materials like aluminium and carbon fibre. It consists of a limited number of relatively large panels: this is the characteristic that, in the motorcar world, sets apart collectibles from mass produced automobiles. Compared to the production MV Agusta F4, the F4Z features an entirely different bodywork. Some parts had to be adapted and re-engineered, others fully replaced by components that were made specially: intake manifolds, fuel tank, battery, exhaust system.
For MV Agusta, founded in 1945 by Domenico Agusta, the F4Z represents a different result compared to the traditional rules of customisation in the motorbike sector, witnessing the brand’s entrance into the niche of collectibles, built on request and expression of exclusivity, uniqueness and investment in durables.
For the company founded by Ugo Zagato in 1919, that specialised in light 2 door/2 seat bodies (coupe or spider) right from the start, the MV Agusta F4Z represents instead a digression beyond the car universe, their traditional field of expression. Nowadays Zagato is a modern Total Design Centre and coachbuilding Atelier, able to blend and balance the most advanced engineering technologies, the use of innovative materials and the traditional workshop production procedures.
The design team of the Zagato Atelier had to tackle the challenge of creating a bike that would interpret the lifestyle of the customer, a young Japanese businessman, president of a holding with interests in the fashion and publishing sectors.
The starting point was the notion that a motorbike expresses its owner’s lifestyle a lot more than a car. Therefore, it was essential to know and understand the character, passions and wishes of the person to whom the bike was destined.
The collector or investor who turns to the Zagato Atelier requesting an exclusive piece is certainly someone with a strong passion. The love for bikes of the client dates back to the Eighties, when he bought his first motorcycle and started to customise it with his own hands. It was his visceral passion that stimulated the designers’ creativity. He didn’t want anything modern, fashionable, but something that could instead keep its value and appeal. What he wanted was a motorbike that wasn’t comparable to any other, that was classic, but always up to date and with a timeless design.
Zagato would like to thank Dainese who provided the rider’s attire at Chantilly: ‘D-air Racing Mugello F3’ (bespoke) suit
‘Carbon d1 long’ gloves
‘Torque d1 out’ boots
AGV ‘Corsa’ helmet
Varese, July 5, 2016 – MV Agusta presents the “Emotion Road” programme, the first true motorcycle vacation package designed to permit tourists from around the world to discover Italy while riding the MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800. Well aware of the growth in visitors to our country, the Schiranna-based company is proud to take a leading role in a tourism project that will allow anyone to explore the wonders of Italy aboard the ultimate “Made in Italy” motorcycle.
Through the joint efforts of MV Agusta and specialist travel company Novara Pop Srl, and with the support of AIAV (the Italian Association of Travel Agents) and De Petri Adventure (http://www.mvagustaadventure.com), “Emotion Road” offers a truly unique travel experience. The fortunate group of motorcycle enthusiasts taking part in the programme will travel along the most picturesque routes in Italy, and will stay in the most exclusive and atmospheric hotels. This will result in an unforgettable experience exploring the beauty of Italy while experiencing the all-round performance of the fabulous MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800; a bike which combines the soul, elegance and authenticity embodied in the term “Made in Italy”.
The unique nature of “Emotion Road” lies in its ability to offer a turnkey package combined with an original approach to tourism. It provides a perfect solution for customers seeking to satisfy their desire to discover Italy while experiencing the country’s natural beauty and spirit of adventure.
The journey will be enriched by the presence and expert guidance of Alessandro "Ciro" De Petri, who will guide the tour aboard an MV Agusta motorcycle.
For more information: http://www.googitaly.com/Idee/Moto-turismo
Leon Camier ended 5th in Race2 at the Donington Park circuit in the UK today; while Cluzel-Zanetti duo got a top 10 finish in WorldSSP Race, after struggling with the bike setup.
WorldSBK – Race2
With this 5th position finish in WorldSBK Race2 and with the yesterday’s 4th place in Race1 Leon Camier gives the Team MV Agusta Reparto Corse an impressive race weekend.
Racing at his home race and with an excellent setting at his MV Agusta F4 RC, Camier started 8th and quickly found a good pace, passing the World Champion Nicky Hayden in the final stage of the Race and increasing of 11 points his score on the overall standing.
WorldSSP – Race
The 7th round of the World WorldSSP 2016 was run in weather conditions slightly colder than in qualifying sessions, which made it more complicated the work on the setting of the two MV Agusta F3 657.
When the lights go off Jules Cluzel, who had recorded the highest speed (244.9 km/h) in morning Warm-up, started really fast, passing 3 riders and putting behind his team-mate Lorenzo Zanetti, who started from the 9th position on grid . At the end of the 20 laps the French rider, struggling with some set-up problems, managed to finish 8th, earning 5 positions respect to the grid placement. The team-mate Lorenzo Zanetti finished two positions behind the French rider, closing the Top 10 under the checkered flag.
The next MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship round will take place in Italy, in Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli”, June 17-19. Once again in the home track for Team MV Agusta Reparto Corse.
Leon Camier #2 – To be honest it was a really good race. I struggled a bit on the start and when I managed to get the rhythm I found a good pace but not enough to go with the guys on front. I did my best to push hard and in the last lap I managed to pass Hayden as well. I am really happy with the result and with the work we did here in Donington.
Jules Cluzel #16 – Today we lacked a lot of grip, plus I also had some problems on the engine brake. I just couldn’t do better then this, I preferred to avoid unnecessary risks and bring home as many points as possible for the ranking.
Lorenzo Zanetti #87 – In the last races we always start very fast on Friday, entering the Top 10 and always getting into the Superpole2. We need to understand what prevents us from doing the extra step to improve on Saturday as well and fight in the front, like we always did. Consequently in race we struggle to keep up with the first but I’m sure that once we fix our limit we will return to fight with the best.
Varese, 26 May 2016 - The deal covers use of the company’s extensive range of products at all levels in the Italian marque’s factory, plus a first-fill and service fill for all motorcycles bearing the prestigious brand’s name. In addition, many decades of competition experience from the lubricant experts will benefit carefully selected partners through an all-encompassing racing collaboration in the Motul-sponsored FIM World Superbike Championship. Giovanni Castiglioni, MV Agusta - President & CEO, spoke warmly of the newly agreed association: “I do not consider this a simple business partnership with a leading brand in the lubricants industry, but a tribute to the fundamental ingredient in the process of manufacturing our motorbikes; a completely handmade process in which every gear is assembled entirely by hand. I am delighted that this Ingredient has finally found its place of prominence with our new agreement.” Marco Baraldi, Motul Italy – General Manager, added: “We are delighted to announce this new partnership with a brand as iconic, legendary and prestigious as MV Agusta. High quality and performance are common denominators between our two companies and we also share a real passion for racing. We have no doubt that this partnership will very quickly bear fruit both on track and through our distribution network.” MV Agusta’s production facilities in Varese will use products from Motul Group’s industrial lubricants division, MotulTech. These high technology lubricants are developed and manufactured specifically for the lubrication of industrial equipment as well as for the machining and transformation of metals.
The agreement with MV Agusta will include the supply of Industrial maintenance lubricants such as hydraulic, gear and slideway oils and greases. The metal working operations will benefit from soluble fluids supply; parts cleaning and protection solutions finally complete MotulTech's supply.
The goal is to offer MV Agusta a comprehensive solution of top tier products for the entire production process, reflecting its “Casted, Drilled, Filled” concept. Recognised for its comprehensive, reliable and high-performing range of products for production machines, Motul’s products will be used in all MV Agusta bikes including Motul 7100 100% synthetic engine oil, brake fluids and coolants. With Motul offering a presence in over 100 countries worldwide, and an extensive distribution network, MV Agusta will strongly recommend Motul’s products to its own distributors as a result of this partnership. The brand has a long-held passion for competition, as does Motul, and the new racing partnership will include a joint venture in the Motul FIM World Superbike Championship with the MV Agusta Reparto Corse Team. All MV Agusta competition bikes have been using products from the Motul Factory Line range, especially the famous 300V lubricants as well as Motul MC Care products.