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MV Agusta F4 RR AMG Revealed by Tecnoart Sersan

Remember the sleek one-off MV Agusta Tecnoart Sersan delivered in late May? We are talking about the killer-looks Rivale 800 Claudio Castiglioni Special Edition machine, a bike which evoked the father of the actual MV Agusta CEO. Since the Milan-based Tecnoart Sersan and MV Agusta go back a long time, it’s only natural to see spectacular custom liveries every now and then. And since the big news for the fall is the MV Agusta-Mercedes tie-up (and not the flooding of the Schiranna factory), an AMG-themed bike only seemed natural.
MV Agusta F4 RR AMG 1 photo
If you’re not a keen observed of the motorcycle industry, we’ll tell you that the earlier rumors of Mercedes being interested in buying a part of MV Agusta turned out to be true. The Varese company actually sold a 25 percent participation to the German automotive giant Mercedes-AMG GmbH.

AMG is the high-performance badge Mercedes uses to dish out their tuned cars and a most recognized brand in the sport car segment. Since MV Agusta’s history is intertwined with the very history of road racing itself, we can safely presume that more spectacular machinery will come in 2015 from the now German-Italian brand.

The details


Like other Tecnoart Sersan creations, the MV Agusta F4 RR AMG is all about looks, as the Milanese workshop is not a tuning one. The new livery is however, standing from the crowd and will definitely turn a lot of heads wherever it will be presented. That is because, ahem, an MV Agusta superbike with anything AMG to it only takes a fraction of a second to become incredibly interesting. Mixing Italian sport bike excellence with German performance tuning is definitely not a thing we stumble upon every day, is it?

The MV Agusta F4 RR AMG is still labeled as “in progress” and we are dying to see the final product. So far we’ve got matte chrome, glossy metallic McLaren silver, matte medium AMG grey and Tecnoart red light. Something tells us that 2015 will bring a lot of MV Agusta customers at the door of Tecnoart Sersan’s garage… possibly with new spectacular machines, as well.

 
 
 
 
 

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