Update: MV Agusta F4, Teased Ahead of EICMA 2009 [Video Included]

Renown motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta has released the teaser picture and video of the new F4 machine that aims to arouse curiosity among the brand’s fans, with just one week ahead of the EICMA Show in Milan. The company claims their new machine, fitted with a TC MK II traction control like the new Brutale, is able to develop 186 bhp at 12,900 rpm.

"The engine has been revolutionized: the ultra compact in-line 4-cylinder 998cc engine is capable of reaching 186 hp at 12900 rpm. The highest level of engineering technology have been coupled with the most advanced electronic controls including: twin fuel injectors per cylinder, variable length intake system, slipper clutch and the TC MK II traction control system which has 8 levels of adjustment,"
an MV Agusta press statement reads.

The picture is indeed showing a bit of restyling. For the moment, all we can see is that the distinctive pipe organ style exhausts have become angular, and the rest of the visible bodywork clearly has much more sharp edges and angles than the outgoing F4.

"These advancements along with the uniqueness of the radial valve system attribute to the fact that this engine is the most sophisticated and evolved on the market. The chassis has also been engineered to unheard of levels of compactness, the new single sided rear swingarm has been lengthened while at the same time its weight has been reduced along with the fully adjustable suspension which are all factors that contribute to making the new F4 unique."

"The bike that originally revolutionized the world of supersport motorcycles has become even more beautiful, sleeker and modern while maintaining the unmistakable design “Made in MV”. The new xenon headlight and the new super light fairing are factors that contribute to the incredibly narrow cross-sectional area and the new pipe organ exhaust system with a restyled 4-in-1 silencer are all distinctive elements identifying F4 as the most exclusive motorcycle in the world."

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