2016 MV Agusta F3 RC 675 and 800 Announced

MV Agusta has recently announced the upcoming release of the 2016 MV AgustaF3 RC 675 and 800, photos released at the same time fuel rumors that a limited edition series will be released. Therefore, the estimated production for the RC 675 will be around 250 units, and the 800 variant will have 100 units available for the global market. As announced with the news about the series – both of these bikes are part of the replicas of the invention by Lorenzo Zanetti and Jules Cluzel as part of the WSS. Speaking of engineering, both of the bikes will have Inline-3 engines, titanium valves type, 4-valves per cylinder, and the Slipper Clutch. The details about engine capabilities for both varieties are impressive. The RC 675 will have the ability to deliver 128 horsepower at 14,500 RPM, and the 800 edition can heat up to 148 horsepower at 13,000 RPM.

2016 MV Agusta F3 RC Limited Edition - [source: mvagusta]

2016 MV Agusta F3 RC Limited Edition – [source: mvagusta]

Furthermore, both of the 2016 MV AgustaF3 RC 675 and 800 series have unique engine performance. During several tests at the MV Agusta facilities – the data shows that the RC 675 can speed up to 260 KPH while the 800 series has 270 KPH. All of the outstanding information that both bikes have under their belt is only an appetizer for this brand. In fact, there are plenty of new updates from this brand to show they have been making progress on their excellent performance goal. The electronics equipment will include the MVCIS, which stands for Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System. The idea of this new mechanical technology is that the system controls the engine to have the ride-by-wire throttle management system.

Since the 2016 MV AgustaF3 RC 675 and 800 is an incredible bike – there are two accompanying features, they are the 8-stages traction control system along with ABS. In the suspension system, this vehicle will have 43mm of Marzocchi forks for the front end, and the rear end will use Sachs Monoshocks so that both of the suspensions have flexibility for adjustment.