Today, MV Agusta has officially introduced the new F4 RC to the world in a rather unique way: in a fashion video. Utilizing the services of its World Superbike pilot, Leon Camier, we see him drive into the garage of a beautiful home in an AMG GT. He puts the key on the table, heads towards the F4 RC, then the scene quickly turns to racing and bullet points about MV’s new flagship.
Speaking of bullet points, here they are:
- Equipped with the full complement of the racing kit, MV Agusta claims a maximum of 212 hp and 175 kg (386 lbs)
- 11 parts in carbon fiber fairings shave 4.3 lbs compared to the standard F4
- Titanium bolts (333 of them, to be exact) shed 2.5 lbs
- The crankshaft is lightened by one pound
- Engine covers are now magnesium
- Only 250 will be made, each with a certificate of authenticity signed by MV Agusta CEO, Claudio Castiglioni
Apart from those features, the F4 RC will come in a livery that’s an exact replica of the company’s World Superbike contender, piloted by Camier. Other high-end components include Ohlins suspension, Brembo brakes, forged wheels, Termignoni exhaust, and even a quick-release gas cap. The customer also has the option to place their favorite race number on the nose of the fairing and on the tail.
More details will be released as they become available. For now, check out the video below to see the F4 RC in all its glory.